ArtScience Museum™ at Marina Bay Sands explores creative processes at the heart of art, science, technology, and culture, and the roles they play in shaping society. An iconic presence along the Marina Bay waterfront, Artscience Museum™ is a living embodiment of the ArtScience theme. Featuring 21 gallery spaces, the iconic lotus-inspired ArtScience Museum™ hosts blockbuster international exhibits, as well as permanent exhibits, on three floors of gallery space across 6,000 square meters.
Explore the wonders of when art, science, culture and technology come together in Singapore’s ArtScience Museum located at Marina Bay Sands! Known as one of Singapore’s iconic cultural landmark, the ArtScience Museum features 21 gallery spaces spanning nearly 6,000 square meters. It’s lotus-inspired architecture designed by Moshe Safdie has also been the reason for tourists and locals near and far to visit since they opened their doors in February 2011.
Operating hours for ArtScience Museum would be from 10 AM to 7 PM daily, including on public holidays. While last admission for the museum is at 6 PM, guests are advised to check up on the opening hours before their visit. To ensure that all visitors have ample and quality time to interact with each artwork, admission times are as follows: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm, 2:30pm, 4:00pm and 5:30pm (last entry). Please note that during peak hours, a queue may be expected at the exhibition entrance. Visitors will be allowed into the exhibition as soon as the Museum can accommodate.
ArtScience Museum goers can personalise their visits for single exhibitions or get an all access pass for a fun-filled learning day in the museum.
Jump into the world of gigantic inflatables, objects and artworks from now until 29 September 2019 to explore the social history of inflatable objects and their influence over art, architecture and even activism over the decades in Floating Utopias. Learn how inflatable objects opened up new technological possibilities and join a complimentary tour led by Museum Ambassadors to venture into how inflatables are used to examine contemporary social problems and more.
Available from now until 29 September 2019, slide down the rabbit hole into the ever so familiar Wonderland and go beyond Lewis Carroll’s timeless tale of Alice’s adventures in this immersive yet interactive exhibition. Experience Wonderland for yourself, create your own Alice and write your story here at Wonderland with over 300 artefacts and objects including first edition books, drawings, original costumes, films, magic lantern projectors, animation and puppetry of the timeless tale. Pick your own adventures and choose one of four map characters – the White Rabbit, Cheshire Cat, the Queen or the Mad Hatter to uncover more stories as you go exploring through the Lost Map of Wonderland. Unlock a new world of content and behind-the-scenes material by entering the special code found on your map for an adventure outside of the exhibition!
Embrace the wonders of where art meets science in this futuristic exhibition featuring a range of interactive artworks at Future World. Being one of the museum’s permanent exhibition, the installations change and evolve over time to keep the exhibitions fresh and relevant. Travel through an exciting journey of discovery through the exhibition’s key narratives – Nature, Town, Sanctuary, Park and Space in a world of art, science, magic and metaphor through a collection of cutting-edge digital installations. Take part in the exciting line-up of activities and workshops at Future World or join the creators of the exhibition – teamLab on a tour through Singapore's largest interactive digital playground!
Take a peek Into the Wild and immerse yourself in a thought-provoking film that depicts the fragile habitat of pangolins, tapirs, mousedeers, orangutans and tigers, some of the five endangered animals in Southeast Asia. Directed by Singapore’s local leading filmmaker, Brian Gothong Tan, visitors get to learn about the richness and fragility of our Southeast Asia’s natural heritage through the immersive, cinematic film accompanied by six monitors, each with real-world data about the forests of Southeast Asia, and the animals that live in them.
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