Museums in SingaporeEdit This
The ACM is the first museum in the region to present the broad prespective of the different Asian cultures and civilisations.
Housed in the original building dating back to 1887, the National Museum of Singapore was officially re-opened on 7 December 2006, after a 3-year facelift. Free Singapore History Gallery Tours English: 11 am & 2 pm (Monday, Wednesday & Friday) 11.30 am, 2 pm & 3.30 pm (Saturday & Sunday) Mandarin: 2.30 pm (Saturday and Sunday) Japanese: 10.30 am (Tuesday & Friday) Adults: S$10 Seniors (above 60), Children (under 18), Students and NSF: S$5 Family Package (3 Adults and 2 Children): S$30
A museum? An art gallery? A science centre?
Not quite. Welcome to S'pore Discovery Centre - a "hands on, minds on" place where you can explore what keeps Singapore going.
How would you do that? By trying things you have probably never done before. Like what? Ever been a reporter at important events? Saved lives? Made millions? Created the future?
Housed at the former site of Tao Nan School, the Peranakan Museum introduces visitors to the people and culture, that resulted from the mixing of indigenous people in Singapore, with the settlers through the ages.
Preview how our future will evolve with an exhibition of award winning design ideas from more than 20 nations at the red dot design museum. The museum is located at red dot traffic, a heritage building given a new lease of life with clever space transformation to become Singapore’s de facto creative hub. Its red façade is an iconic landmark in Singapore and a contrary to grey skyscrapers in the central business district. Ticket Prices: Adults: S$ 8.00 Students, Seniors and Child : S$ 4.00 Free on 1st weekend of each month (MAAD) Opening hours: Mon, Tue & Fri: 11am to more..