1664 was born Andreas Schlüter, German baroque sculptor and architect
8Q sam is Singapore Art Museum’s new wing for contemporary art
8 Queen St. Singapore 189555 Republic of Singapore
Hours: Same as SAM. 10 am to 7pm daily with extended hours on fridays to 9pm.
Admission to 8Q sam is FREE from 16 to 29 Aug 2008. Thereafter, admission is $3 for adults and $1.50 for students and senior citizens. Combined ticket for SAM and 8Q sam is also available. It is $10 for adults and $5 for students and senior citizens.
Free admission from 12noon to 2pm on weekdays and 6 to 9pm on fridays.
The Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) is the first museum in the region to present a broad yet integrated perspective of pan-Asian cultures and civilisations spread over 11 galleries and three levels. Departing from the traditional chronological approach, the story of Asia is showcased in themed galleries integrated with multimedia and interactive components.
Empress Place Singapore, Singapore
Hours: Mon 1pm- 7pm / Tue-Sun 9am-7pm
(to 9pm on Friday)
Admission: general $5 / concession $2.50 Discounted admission on every Friday, 7-9 pm.
As the future building undergoes preservation and refurbishment, the current exhibitions are held at the Singapore Art Museum.
The National Art Gallery will be a civic and creative space, established for the enrichment, enjoyment, and engagement of Singaporeans and visitors from all over the world. With its Southeast Asian focus, the National Art Gallery aims to be accessible to its visitors and users, in physical, intellectual, cultural, social and virtual terms. The National Art Gallery will provide a regional cultural backdrop, broad interpretation framework for understanding Singapore’s culture and heritage in the context of visual arts development in the regional and international arts scene.
Designed to be the People’s museum, National Museum of Singapore prides itself on introducing cutting edge and varied ways of presenting history to redefine the conventional museum experience. More than just a space for exhibitions and artefacts, the Museum will also distinguish itself through its challenging and vibrant festivals and events that will unleash new creative possibilities in culture and heritage.
93 Stamford Road Singapore
Hours: The Museum is open everyday.
History Galleries from 10 am to 6 pm
Living Galleries from 10 am to 9 pm
Admissions: adults 10 SD / concessions 5 SD
The Peranakan Museum houses the world’s finest and most comprehensive collection of Peranakan artefacts, is the latest addition to the National Heritage Board’s family of museums. The Peranakan Museum presents a Southeast Asian-wide view of Peranakan culture including the elaborate 12-day Peranakan wedding, the role of the Nonyas, prominent Peranakans in Singapore’s history, food and feasting.
39 Armenian Street, Singapore 179941
Hours: Monday: 1pm to 7pm
Tuesday to Sunday: 9.30am – 7pm (to 9 pm on Fridays)
Admission: Adult $6/ Concession
Free admission for visitors aged 60 years and above every Monday
Free admission on Fridays, 7-9pm, during non-special exhibition periods
The largest collection of 20th century Singapore and Southeast Asian art in the world. Housed in a restored 19th century mission school, the Singapore art Museum (SAM) owns the largest collection of over 7,500 20th century Singapore and Southeast Asian artworks in the world. They include works by Singapore pioneer artists such as Liu Kang, Georgette Chen and Chen Wen His, as well as Southeast Asian masters of modern and contemporary art.
71 Bras Basah Road, Singapore 189555 Singapore
Museum Hours: Mon-Sun: 10am - 7pm /Fri: 10am - 9pm
Amissions: Adult: $8 / Student: $4 /
Senior (60 years and above): $4
Free admission from 12noon – 2pm on weekdays and 6pm – 9pm on Fridays