Built in 1887, explore Singapore's history in the country's oldest museum
See how 1,700 artefacts tell a creative story of the Lion City's past
Using cutting-edge technology, the Museum presents the nation's legacy and development within a 19th century colonial exterior
Dating back to 1887, the National Museum of Singapore is the country's oldest museum, with a very progressive approach. This cultural and architectural landmark takes you on a journey through a 700 year history of Singapore. Explore over 1,700 historical and cultural artefacts at the Museum's permanent galleries and discover the colourful past of the Lion City.