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With a history dating back to its inception in 1887, the National Museum of Singapore is the nation's oldest museum with a progressive mind. Its galleries adopt cutting-edge and multi-perspective ways of presenting history and culture to redefine...more
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This particular one charges $15 per ticket unlike other museums in Europe which are mostly free! The inside is not so great as their history is also not that old and colourful!! End of the day not worth it .
During the heat of the day this place provides a welcome respite.
I thought it was an incredibly, informative and engaging interactive journey through the history of Singapore.
The standout for me was the beautiful, immersive 'story of the forest' by Team Lab.
as few years ago the place was closed and we had time in this visit - we tried.
not to the point - nice as children place - not serious for adults that want real facts and not a simple (very simple) presentation.
So glad we visited this fascinating place....very close to our hotel so thought it would be somewhere nice and clean and cool to visit and it certainly was that. Read up on the history of the place and take your time looking around.....again very helpful...More
Very well designed modern museum with immersive exhibits. The history of Singapore is very well presented through immersive displays with lots of great multimedia content. The special exhibits were also very interesting as is the building itself a hybrid of the old museum joined to...More
Every country I've been too have a museum . This one is so good as it's not a general museum but it tells the story of Singapore. Anyone British should be proud of Singapore. They are members of the commonwealth. Their soldiers fought in the...More
The National Museum of Singapore is one of the finest museums I’ve visited. It’s up-to-date, comprehensively filled with exhibits that are highly informative and logically laid out. You can spend a good half-day there at least and still want to go back for more!
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HI, it was 7 sing dollars per adult for the special exhibits and the general area is free but you must check if the museum general area is open. In April it was closed for renovations but you didn't know that till you got... More
HI, it was 7 sing dollars per adult for the special exhibits and the general area is free but you must check if the museum general area is open. In April it was closed for renovations but you didn't know that till you got there. The free guided tour is fantastic I highly recommend it.