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National Gallery Singapore - a stunning architectural endeavour that joins two national monuments, the former Supreme Court and City Hall, to form a new home for Singaporean and Southeast Asian art.
- Admire over 1000 Singaporean and Southeast Asian artworks
- Explore the signature architecture of the iconic city hall buildings
- Gain a greater understanding of the city's culture through visual art
- Discover the art, culture, and architecture of Singapore
DescriptionExplore Southeast Asian art at the new National Gallery Museum in Singapore. After opening its doors on 24 Nov 2015, the gallery is located in Singapore's Civic District and boasts a combined floor area of 64,000 square meters and is housed in two of the island's most iconic buildings: the former Supreme Court and the City Hall. The National Gallery Museum is the largest visual arts venue and museum in Singapore – home to over 1,000 artworks - and is certainly one of the main attractions in Singapore. Visitors are introduced to Singaporean and Southeast Asian art and special exhibitions in the gallery. Discover the impact of the British Empire on modern art in Southeast Asia during the 'Artist and Empire' special exhibition, featuring over 200 international and regional artworks. A visit to the National Gallery Singapore is a great opportunity to discover art, culture, and architecture of Singapore.
IncludesStandard admission to the National Gallery
- Opening Hours:
- Daily from 10:00 AM-7:00 PM
- Admission and ticket sales end 30 minutes before closing time
- You can present either a printed or a mobile voucher for this activity
- Food and drink (including bottled water) are not permitted in the galleries
- Flash photography, videography and the use of selfie sticks and tripods are also not permitted in the galleries
- Bags may be subject to inspection for security reasons
- All galleries and facilities are wheelchair accessible
- Once confirmed, no cancellations may be made for this activity