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National Museum of Singapore Tickets

National Museum of Singapore Tickets

  • The nation’s oldest architectural landmark depicting tales of Singapore and the world since 1887 via brilliant exhibitions and events, initially opened as the Raffles Library and Museum.
  • Learn about the rich cultural heritage and history of this island nation over the past 700 years and its rapid development while exploring over 1,700 informative artifacts.
  • Groove with the chorus of 8 kinetic chandeliers that sing and sway sensing movement.!
  • Celebrate the courage and mettle of the Singaporeans as they coped with the Japanese Occupation amidst great adversity and scarcity.
  • Step into Magic & Menace exploring a world of voodoo magic and supernatural beliefs practiced by some South East Asian societies.

Package Options

Admission to The National Museum of Singapore

Inclusions:

Access to Singapore History Gallery and all Level One and Two galleries (Stamford Gallery, Goh Seng Choo Gallery, Modern Colony Gallery, Growing Up Gallery, Surviving Syonan Gallery, Voices of Singapore Gallery, Singapore History Gallery and Glass Rotunda)
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What to Expect

Explore the country’s oldest museum and cultural landmark, replete with over 1700 remarkable artefacts and around 11 permanent exhibits. The National Museum of Singapore depicts the country’s 700 years old legacy, through informative and interactive galleries and vanguard display techniques that redefine the traditional museum experience. The journey of Singapore from a modest island nation to the current megalopolis is portrayed immaculately through a variety of exhibitions, festivals, film screenings and thought-provoking performances all year round. A must visit Singapore attraction for all museum aficionados!


Activity Details

Confirmation:

  • You will initially receive a confirmation email of your booking.
  • The ticket/voucher will be sent within 24 hours after the confirmation email is received.
  • In the event that you do not receive any emails from us, please check your Spam folder or notify us via email

Additional Information

  • The museum also offers regular free guided tours
  • Senior ticket: Age 60+
  • All packages are only applicable to foreigners. Permanent Galleries and Special Exhibitions are free of charge for Singaporean Nationals and Permanent Residents (PRs) as well as children aged 0-6
  • Please take note that museum will be closed on 24 Sep from 9:30am - 2:00pm

How To Use

  • You can present either a printed or mobile voucher in exchange for your ticket at the Visitor Services desk (indicated by the 'i' icon on the museum map shown)
  • The voucher is valid for 3 months from the date specified
  • The ticket is open dated so you can visit the museum on a day of your choice
  • You must redeem this voucher for your entry ticket

Cancellation Policy

Full refunds will be issued for cancellation made prior to redemption of the voucher

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Know Before You Go:

  • Baby strollers are permitted in all galleries
  • Flash photography, videography and the use of tripods and selfie sticks are not allowed in the galleries
  • Visitors are recommended to switch their mobile phones to silent and refrain from talking loudly
  • Visitors are encouraged to deposit their backpacks and bulky items at the lockers located on Level 2, opposite the Seminar Rooms and Basement. Lockers are available for SGD0.50 (small) or SGD1 (large)

Opening Hours:

  • 10:00am-7:00pm, daily
  • Last admission to Glass Rotunda at 6:15pm
  • Last admission to all other galleries at 6:30pm

Address:

  • 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897
  • By bus: YMCA bus stop or Singapore Management University bus stop
  • By MRT: Bras Basah MRT Station (5 minute walk), Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station (5 minute walk), City Hall MRT Station (10 minute walk)
  • By car: Limited parking facilities are available at the National Museum. Other parking facilities are available at YMCA, Park Mall, Singapore Management University and Fort Canning Park
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