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Trickeye Museum Singapore Reopens With New Safety Regulations

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Trick Eye Museum Singapore is Now Open

Reopened On

July 11, 2020

Safety Measures

🚶🏻‍♂️🚶🏻‍♂️Social Distancing

😷 Mandatory Masks

👮‍♂️ Reduced Capacity

🧼 Hand Sanitisation Station

👉👉 Unidirectional Flow

New Rules and Guidelines

  • Advised to book tickets online before arriving to the venue
  • Contactless payment will be accepted

Trickeye Museum Singapore Zoo Reopening Date - 11th July 2020


After being in lockdown for weeks, the Trickeye Museum finally reopened on 11th July 2020. However, effective measures have been taken up to safeguard visitors without compromising on any fun post lockdown era.

Safety Measures in Place & New Rules Trickeye Museum Singapore


For safety and hygiene reasons, it is mandatory for all visitors to undergo temperature checks before entering the venue. Face masks must be worn at all times throughout the visit.

Social distancing of 1 meters must be maintained at all times during the visit. Hand sanitizer dispensers will be placed at various locations within the attraction for visitors to avail.

Families or groups more than 5 persons will be required to stay together throughout.

For maximum hygiene within the venue, all areas will be frequently cleaned and sanitized. The staff at the venue will be wearing masks at all times.

Trickeye Museum reopening post Coronavirus

Trickeye Museum Singapore Tickets Online


Tickets for Trickeye Museum are available here.
To limit direct contact and to avoid overcrowding at the ticketing office visitors are advised to book their tickets online. Guests are required to check-in via SafeEntry using either their NRIC, SingPass Mobile or QR code provided.

For more information about visiting Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, refer to the information page here.

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