ArtScience Museum

Loves: Interactive and kid-friendly exhibits.

Our Advice: Plan your visit here on the day you are exploring Marina Bay, buy tickets on the spot and just visit one exhibit if you are short on time. Free performances and 1-for-1 admission is available during “ArtScience Late” on one Thursday every month from 7 – 10pm, click here for exact dates.

It has an apt title, the ArtScience Museum, and when housed in the plush surroundings of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, you know that this is going to be an experience you will never forget. The lotus flower-shaped museum brings together the arts and sciences to create colourful, vibrant stories. 

The museum is more of an exhibition space where the best artefacts and exhibits from all over the world are showcased. You can catch stellar displays from iconic organizations such as the Smithsonian Institute and the American Museum of Natural History. The work that is displayed here is known for pushing boundaries and being visually resplendent.

Address: 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974
District: Downtown Core, Central
- Alight at Bayfront MRT Station (DT 16 / CE1) and take exit C 
- 10-minute walk to the boardwalk at the end of the Marina Bay Sands 
- Walk along the boardwalk on the left and you will see the Artscience Museum

Estimated walking distance: 500m

Operating Hours: 
Monday to Sunday – 10.00am to 7.00pm (Last admission at 6.00pm)
Recommended Duration: 3 hours


CategoryMon – Thur Standard Prices Fri – Sun Standard PricesMon – Thur Singapore Residents PricesFri – Sun Singapore Residents Prices
Senior (65 & above)/ Student with a valid student ID$30$34$25$29
Child (2-12 years)$20$24$15$20
Family (2 Adults + 2 Children)$90$100$70$80


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