Have a surreal experience as you watch history
come alive at the museums. With interactive
exhibits, vivid replications of historical
moments, heritage artifacts and photo evidence
among others, you’ll find out all there is to know
about Singapore’s past. Start at the National
Museum of Singapore, and explore more about
Singapore’s multiple ethnic cultures by visiting
the Peranakan Museum, the Asian Civilisations
Museum and the Malay Heritage Centre – just a few
of the many museums you’ll find in Singapore.
Reflections at Bukit Chandu
in a handsome colonial bungalow, the exhibits
within depict Japanese invasion plans alongside
British strategic maps, photographs and...
National Museum of Singapore
National Museum stands out as the architectural
gem in the crown of Singapore’s museums. The
recently renovated neo-classical building sits...
Malay Heritage Centre
centre occupies what was formerly the royal seat
of the Malay sultans in Singapore. Built in 1842
by renowned architect George Coleman, it has...
Katong Antique House
Katong Antique House is two-storey shophouse where
every type of traditional Peranakan costumes,
crockery and furniture is put on display by its...
Chinatown Heritage Centre
the lives of the early Chinese migrants and learn
more about Chinese culture in Singapore.
into the rich history, traditions and culture of
early settlers in the former Straits Settlements
of Singapore, Malacca and Penang and their...
a surreal experience with the several museums in
Singapore. Watch history come alive with
interactive exhibits, vivid replication and
Japanese interred the Allied prisoners of war at
the now-demolished Changi Prison. Sign up for a
Battlefield Tour to discover more about the
Eurasian Heritage Centre
Located in Katong, The Eurasian Heritage Centre
offers fascinating insight into the Eurasian
culture. The community regularly convenes here
NUS Baba House
around 1895, this three-storey restored shophouse
is located in Singapore’s historic district of
Chinese Heritage Centre
Chinese Heritage Centre promotes understanding of
the culture and traditions of Chinese communities
overseas through the collection, preservation...
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum is a living
cultural monument in the heart of Chinatown
featuring exhibitions relating to various facets
Asian Civilisations Museum
the multiple ExplorAsian Zones and interactive
spaces within the galleries that gives a different
perspective of the many civilisations and...
Memories at Ford Factory
former automotive assembly plant, this quaint art
deco building was the site of the British
surrender to the Japanese on 15 February 1942.
Civil Defence Heritage Gallery
Civil Defence Heritage Gallery traces fire
fighting and civil defence developments in
Singapore from the late 1800s. See how fire
Singapore Coins and Notes Museum
Coins and Notes Museum is Singapore’s only museum
dedicated to the showcase of currency.
on a 360-degree adventure and witness the
transformation of living conditions from the
pre-60s slums to the vibrant towns of today.
Fuk Tak Chi Museum
as a temple in 1824 by Hakka and Cantonese
immigrants, the building was restored in August
1998, and converted into a museum to showcase...
Explore Singapore’s museums for a journey in
time that takes you through countries, cultures
Republic of Singapore Air Force Museum
is an outdoor gallery with a viewing deck which
provides a panoramic view of aviation classics.
Eight thematic galleries feature the history
Army Museum of Singapore
on a journey from the turbulent days of
Singapore’s pre-independence period to the
current-day capabilities of the 2nd Generation
Army at The Army...
Images of Singapore
Singapore’s Malaysian rule, British colonialism,
Sir Stamford Raffles and or the Japanese
occupation during the World War II, no historic