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The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum is one of the newest yet oldest museum in Singapore. Opened in April 2015, the museum inherits much of its natural history collection from its predecessor, the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research (RMBR), whose collection of course stems from the original Raffles Museum that was renamed the National Museum of Singapore in 1965. The exhibition gallery of the museum is divided into 2 floors of about 2,500 sq m. The Biodiversity Gallery located at the lower first floor houses fifteen thematic zones, such as Mammal Zone, Arthropod Zone and Plant Zone, each showcasing specimens from the museum’s collection. The star attraction in this gallery is the three sauropod fossils at the Dinosaur Zone. The Heritage Gallery located at the upper first floor includes five exhibit zones, presenting an account of the museum’s development and traces the relationship between Singapore’s development and natural history, all bearing rich historical and heritage values of Singapore. Come and be enthralled by the myriad of colours and forms of plants and animals in 16 different thematic zones from PLANTS and AMPHIBIANS to MAMMALS and DINOSAURS. Admission Ticket (SISTIC): From $9 – $21 http://www.sistic.com.sg/events/lkc2015
Faculty of Science National University of Singapore, 2 Conservatory Drive, Singapore 117377
ArtScience Museum is one of the attractions at Marina Bay Sands, an integrated resort in Singapore owned by the US Las Vegas Sands company. The world’s first ArtScience Museum™ at Marina Bay Sands is the Museum of Creativity, where the creative processes at the heart of art and science and their role in shaping society are explored. As a study of the creative processes that underlie the human experience, ArtScience seeks to understand what drives creative people, how they acquire their skills and how they work. ArtScience Museum presents exhibitions and programmes to deliver these stories using a combination of beautiful design, intriguing content and intellectual discussion, in order to inspire the creativity in all of us. Featuring 21 gallery spaces totalling 50,000 square feet, the boldly iconic lotus-inspired ArtScience Museum is also the premier venue for major international touring exhibitions from the most renowned collections in the world. « Prev 1 / 22 Next » HIGHLIGHTS ArtScience Late: Minutes by Yarra Ileto & Zhuo Zihao Walk with the Strandbeests Art from the Streets: Zevs Art from the Streets: Tarek Benaoum Art from the Streets: M-City Art from the Streets: Felipe Pantone « Prev 1 / 22 Next »
10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956
The Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) is the first museum in the region to present a broad yet integrated perspective of pan-Asian cultures and civilisations. As one of the National Museums of Singapore under the National Heritage Board, we seek to promote a better appreciation of the rich cultures that make up Singapore’s multi-ethnic society. While Singapore’s forefathers came to settle in Singapore from many parts of Asia within the last 200 years, the cultures brought to Singapore by these different people are far more ancient. This aspect of Singapore’s history is the focus of the ACM. The Museum’s collection therefore centres on the material cultures of the different groups originating from China, Southeast Asia, South Asia and West Asia.
1 Empress Place Singapore 179555
93 Stamford Road Singapore 178897
The Singapore Art Museum focuses on international contemporary art practices, specialising in Singapore and Southeast Asia. « Prev 1 / 50 Next » 15. Gede Mahendra Yasa, 'After Paradise Lost #1', 2014 13. The Propeller Group, 'AK-47 vs. M16', 2015 8. Yerbossyn Meldibekov, 'Brand', 2014–2015 2. Bae Young-Whan, 'Abstract Verb – Can you remember?', 2016 1. Au Sow Yee, 'The Kris Project', 2016 Installation views | Singapore Art Museum's Signature Art Prize 2018 « Prev 1 / 50 Next »
71 Bras Basah Road, Singapore 189555
The Peranakan Museum explores the culture of Peranakan communities in Southeast Asia. Installed in the former Tao Nan Chinese School, built in 1912, this intimate museum possesses one of the finest and most comprehensive collections of Peranakan objects. Galleries on three floors illustrate the cultural traditions and the distinctive visual arts of the Peranakans. The Peranakan Museum provides a stimulating and educational experience for all, while representing the living culture of the Peranakan community in the region. The museum is a component of the Asian Civilisations Museum, operating under the National Heritage Board.
39 Armenian Street Singapore 179941
Singapore Philatelic Museum is the custodian and curator of Singapore’s treasure of philatelic materials. The museum collections range from stamps and archival philatelic material of Singapore from the 1830s to present day, and stamps from member countries of the Universal Postal Union. The permanent galleries introduce the world of philately, the world’s first stamp, and how stamps are a window to the world – to explore different topics such as science, technology, history and culture. Throughout the year, the museum holds special exhibitions on current topics. Educational activities are organised for schools and members of the public to discover the heritage of Singapore and other countries through philately.
23-B Coleman Street Singapore 179807
The Singapore Sports Museum features the first sports-related Museum in Singapore, catering to the needs of the public, sports training academics as well as international sporting organizations. Visitors to the Museum will experience a fully immersive exhibition as they are taken through an educational experience that transports them into a world of sports through exciting, engaging and interactive elements that they have never experienced before. Admission Admission tickets to all ticketed exhibitions are sold at the Visitors Centre. Valid photo identifications must be presented when purchasing tickets. Exhibition tickets allow full-day access to their respective exhibitions. Standard $10 Student (with a valid student pass) and Senior (60 yrs Old & above) $5 Singaporean and Permanent residence : FREE PHOTOGRAPHY AND FILMING Flash photography and filming is not allowed in the Museum.
6 Stadium Walk Singapore 397698
The Changi Museum was relocated to its new home on 15 February 2001 and was officially opened by our Trade and Industry Minister BG George Yeo. This date was also chosen to coincide with the 59th Anniversary of the fall of Singapore to the Japanese in 1942. The new Changi Museum replaces the Old Changi Prison Chapel and Museum (built in 1988) that was relocated to its current site to make way for the expansion of Changi Prison. In honouring the spirit and commitment of those who rose from the depths of adversity, the Museum inspires future generations to come and deepen their appreciation of the heroic and inspirational stories that unfolded in Changi during the war. The Changi Museum is dedicated to all those who lived and died in Singapore, in particular the Changi area, during the dark years of World War II. Through documentation of significant events of the Japanese Occupation, the Museum also serves as an important educational institution and resource centre. As for the Prisoners-of-War (POWs) and their families, it is a site that allows for closure of the many emotional scars inflicted by the war years. Admission FREE
1000, Upper Changi Road North, Singapore 507707
Army Museum – This museum will preserve the heritage of the Singapore Army, as well as honour the contributions and celebrate the experiences of our soldiers. It hopes to capture and tell the stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things. The Army Museum of Singapore (ARMS) aims to pay tribute to all who have contributed: NSmen, NSFs, regulars, veterans, males, females, and also family members for their support. The Army constantly transforms and adapts to meet new challenges. However, amidst all the developments in hardware, systems and capabilities, and evolution in structures and doctrines, the Army will always remain anchored to our Mission, our Values and our People. FREE Admission Admission is free for all Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents. NORMAL Admission ADULT – $5/pax CHILD – $3/pax (6-12yrs old) SENIOR CITIZEN – $3/pax (60yrs and above) FAMILY COMBO – $12 (2 Adult + 2 Child, $1 for each additional child)
520 Upper Jurong Road Singapore 638367