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Singapore’s ArtScience Museum Reopens Post COVID-19 Lockdown

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ArtScience Museum Reopening Date - 1st July 2020

In the mission to create a relaxed and safe space for all, ArtScience Museum has introduced new rules and guidelines which needs to be strictly followed by every visitor.

Safety Measures & New Rules at the ArtScience Museum

For safety reasons, it is necessary for all visitors to undergo temperature screening and mandatory to digitally check-in via the Government's SafeEntry system for contact tracking purposes.

In order to avoid overcrowding, capacity has been significantly reduced. Social distancing must be maintained at all times within the venue. Strict supervision will be taken up by the staff to ensure there is no direct contact between and ensuring guidelines are followed.

All areas within the museum will be cleaned extensively and sanitized thoroughly. This also includes disinfecting all common touch-points such as door handles and barriers.

All education activities and programmes will continue to be available online at our ArtScience at Home webpages.

To ensure maximum safety, few artworks have been temporarily suspended until further notice. These include: Future World - Sliding through the Fruit Field and 2219: Futures Imagined - Blooming and Everything but Gold

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Booking ArtScience Museum Tickets Online

Tickets for the ArtScience Museum are available here.
While the museum’s Box office will continue to remain open, all visitors are advised to book in advance before arriving at the venue. It is not possible to guarantee timed entry tickets from the ticketing office due to the reduced capacity limitation placed at the museum.

Each guest is limited to 5 tickets per purchase. Guided tours and programmes will remain suspended until further notice.

For more information about visiting the ArtScience Museum, refer to their website here.