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Singapore Museums

Singapore museums provide a location for visitors and locals to come and learn about history, science and art.

There are a number of world class museums located all over the island of Singapore including ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands, The Battle Box, the National Museum of Singapore and the Singapore Art Museum; just to name a few.

Singapore Museum – National Art, History & Science Museums


The ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands is the epitome of excellence in terms of modern architectural design. Inside, the museum focuses on a timeline of history, starting from major pre-historic events,to the the pre-cambrian era, the Triassic period, the Jurassic period and the Cretaceous period. With a huge range of artefacts, live specimens, fossils and demonstrations, discover the pre-historic world through the remarkable collaboration of expert scientists and artists.

For those interested in war history, head to the Battle Box which is considered to be one of the major tourist attractions in Singapore. Standing tall amongst the most important military sites during World War II, it is a huge bunker located around 9 meters below ground in Canning Park.

With a collection as grand as its history, the National Museum of Singapore has been the centrepiece of all of the museums in Singapore. The museum showcases permanent exhibitions of Singapore’s history and culture and also presents many varied displays and exhibitions of the history and culture of other countries around the world.

Of the many places to visit in Singapore is the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) which holds the largest collection of modern and contemporary Southeast Asian art in the world. Visitors to SAM can also enjoy a range of exhibition related programs including workshops and public programmes in order to further promote their extensive collection.

These are just a few of the wonderful museums you can explore during your time in Singapore. Click the links below to review a full list of museums in Singapore.


Marina Bay Sands


Singapore, Singapore

Coming in as one of the world’s most expensive buildings is Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. This integrated resort consists of a hotel, casino, shopping mall, convention centre and museum and is one of the most...

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Battle Box

The Battle Box

Singapore, Singapore

The Battle Box is considered one of the major tourist attractions in Singapore. Standing tall amongst the most important military sites during World War II, it is a huge bunker located around 9 meters below ground in...

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ArtScience Museum

Singapore, Singapore

If you’re visiting the gorgeous Marina Bay of Singapore and your eyes stumble upon a lotus-shaped building what you see in front of you is one of the finest examples of art expressed through modern civil...

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Singapore Art Museum

Singapore, Singapore

Of the many places to visit in Singapore is the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) which holds the largest collection of modern and contemporary Southeast Asian art in the world. Visitors to SAM can also enjoy a range of...

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National Museum of Singapore

Singapore, Singapore
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Madame Tussauds

Sentosa Island, Singapore

Madame Tussauds Singapore is a fantastic way to get up close with your favourite celebrities at this amazing wax museum. Opened in 2014, Madame Tussauds continues a rich history of over 200 years of amazing wax-work...

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Asian Civilisations Museum

Singapore, Singapore

The Asian Civilisations Museum is the very first museum within the region to represent a broad, integrated outlook of pan-Asian civilizations and cultures. The National Heritage Board oversees this museum with the aim...

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Singapore Science Centre

Singapore, Singapore
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Singapore Discovery Centre

Singapore Discovery Centre

Singapore, Singapore

The Singapore Discovery Centre is an all-in-one “edu-tainment” hub that is designed to educate and entertain visitors to Singapore. The Singapore Discovery Centre has been branded as both an art gallery and a science...

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Fort Siloso

Sentosa Island, Singapore

Fort Siloso is currently closed for renovations – From 15th Feb 2017 til further notice Fort Siloso lies in the north-western side of Sentosa Island and was established in the 1880s when the residents used it for...

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Changi Museum

Changi Museum

Singapore, Singapore

A visit to Changi Museum has got to be one of the best ways to get up close with Singapore’s rich history. The museum was constructed to honour the Prisoners of War (PoW) who had to go through agonizing moments...

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Red Dot Design Museum

Singapore, Singapore

At the Red Dot Design Museum, visitors are given the chance to look at and even touch many of the stunning designs created by some of the best artists and innovators in the world. These masterpieces are displayed in the...

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City Gallery

Singapore City Gallery

Singapore, Singapore

The Singapore City Gallery was established in 1999 and showcases Singapore’s substantial transformation to become one of the most recognised city landscapes in Asia. The Singapore City Gallery invites visitors to...

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Kranji War Memorial

Kranji War Memorial

Singapore, Singapore

The Kranji War Memorial was built as a memorial to the men and women who lost their lives defending Malaysia and Singapore from the invading Japanese military forces during World War II. The United Kingdom, Sri Lanka...

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Reflections at Bukit Chandu

Reflections at Bukit Chandu

Singapore, Singapore

Singapore has developed to become one of the most visited tourism sites in the world and one of the most popular museum attractions is Reflections at Bukit Chandu. Bukit Chandu simply means Opium Hill, derived from an...

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Omni-Theatre and Planetarium

Omni-Theatre and Planetarium

Singapore, Singapore

The Omni-Theatre and Planetarium a renowned observatory in Singapore which features Singapore’s first IMAX film theatre. Show times can be found for movies on science topics in the fields of astronomy...

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Air Force Museum

Air Force Museum

Singapore, Singapore

The Singapore Air force Museum details how the Singapore Air Force has grown from its humble beginnings into one of the most formidable military forces in the world. The museum exhibits include vintage aircraft displays...

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Ford Factory Singapore

Ford Factory Singapore

Singapore, Singapore

The American Company, Ford, opened its factory in Singapore on October the year 1941 as the first Ford’s factory in Southeast Asia. When World War II started, the factory closed but reopened in the year 1947 after the...

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Malay Heritage Centre Singapore

Malay Heritage Centre Singapore

Singapore, Singapore

Come and experience the rich culture, history and heritage of the Malay Singaporeans at the Malay Heritage Centre Singapore. Since its opening in 2005, the Malay Heritage Centre has quickly become a popular tourist...

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