Free Visit to 7 Museums

Thinking of where to bring your children to? Well, I am always looking for places with free admission. Museums are good places for children to learn.

Now, there is Free admission for Singapore Citizens and PR to 7 museums!
Plan your visit here!

Experience History. Heritage. Culture.

Museums and institutions that offer free admission.

1) Asian Civilisations Museum
Take a trip through the cultures of our ancestors and see our links across the civilisations of China, Southeast Asia, South Asia and West Asia in a beautiful colonial building by the Singapore River. With some 11 galleries and a growing collection of over 1,300 artefacts, you can expect an immersive experience of Asia’s rich heritage and Singapore’s diverse roots.

1 Empress Place
S(179555)
+65 6332 7798

Opening Hours
Daily – 10:00am to 7:00pm
Fridays – 10:00am to 9:00pm

2) National Museum of Singapore
Explore over 700 years of local history when you journey through the Singapore History and Living Galleries. Discover more about our colonial past, the period of the Japanese Occupation and the people’s perseverance in post-war Singapore. Check out our calendar of events for the latest special exhibitions!

93 Stamford Road
S(178897)
+65 6332 3659

Opening Hours
Singapore History Gallery – 10:00am to 6:00pm
Singapore Living Galleries – 10:00am to 8:00pm

3) Peranakan Museum
Explore the culture of Peranakan communities in Southeast Asia through a comprehensive collection of Peranakan objects. From unique cuisine to elaborate wedding ceremonies and outfits, the Peranakan Museum represents the living culture of the Peranakan community in Singapore and the region.

39 Armenian Street
S(179941)
+65 6332 7591 / +65 6332 3275

Opening Hours
Daily – 10:00am to 7:00pm
Fridays – 10:00am to 9:00pm

4) Singapore Philatelic Museum
Stamps may be small but the history, culture and heritage in which they represent is huge. The Singapore Philatelic Museum houses a wealth of such treasures, including the world’s first stamp and archival philatelic materials of Singapore from the 1830s to present day, as well as local and international stamps presented in fun and interactive exhibitions.

23-B Coleman Street
S(179807)
+65 6337 3888

Opening Hours
Mondays – 1:00pm to 7:00pm
Tue – Sun – 9:30am to 7:00pm

5) Reflections At Bukit Chandu
Take a walk through the dark times of Singapore’s past and experience how 1,400 soldiers of the Malay Regiment made their last stand at the Battle of Pasir Panjang against 13,000 Japanese soldiers during the Second World War. Through photographs, maps, dates and other information, Reflections at Bukit Chandu tells the moving story of how our forefathers fought for their homes, beliefs, and Singapore.

31-K Pepys Road
S(118458)
+65 6375 2510

Opening Hours
Tue – Sun – 9:00am to 5:30pm

6) Malay Heritage Centre
Get to know the heritage, culture and history of Malay Singaporeans at the Malay Heritage Centre, a two-acre cultural centre which was once the Sultan’s Palace. Through its exhibitions and programmes, the centre aspires to be a vibrant destination of historical and cultural significance for both Singaporeans and international visitors.

85 Sultan Gate
S(198501)
+65 6391 0450

Opening Hours
Tue – Sun – 10:00am to 6:00pm

7) Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
Also known as Wan Qing Yuan, the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall is a standing monument of the contributions of overseas Chinese in Nanyang towards the 1911 Revolution and the impact of the Revolution on Singapore. Within the five galleries, you will find over 200 artefacts, including calligraphy works, photographs, books, paintings and sculptures that depict the vital role played by Singapore and Nanyang in the 1911 Revolution.

12 Tai Gin Road
S(327874)
+65 6256 7377

Opening Hours
Tue – Sun – 10:00am to 5:00pm

We visited National Museum of Singapore in December 2013.
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