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Are museum tickets in Singapore worth purchasing?

Singapore’s museums showcase the country’s heritage, culture, and how technology-driven it is. The famous museums such as the Art Science Museum, National Museum of Singapore, Asian Civilisations Museum, and Madame Tussauds Singapore aren’t just a place to learn about the country’s history and culture, but a fun visit for the entire family.

Which are the most popular museum tickets in Singapore?

The best museums in Singapore are: 
  • National Museum of Singapore - With National Museum of Singapore tickets, you can see all of its six exhibition halls, which contain more than 79,000 artifacts and objects that revolve around cultural history. 
  • National Gallery Singapore - The National Gallery Singapore is the largest art museum in South-East Asia, housing more than 35,000 works of Singaporean and Asian artists.
  • Singapore Art Science Museum - The Art Science Museum Singapore is one of the largest museums in Singapore, housing an extensive collection of 600 exhibits of art, science, and technology-related items. 
  • Asian Civilisations Museum - With Asian Civilisations Museum tickets, you can explore all the three main galleries (Art, History, and Heritage) featuring more than 1,000 artifacts that show Asian craftsmen's skills and creativity. Artifacts include Chinese porcelain, Indian sculptures, Southeast Asian pottery and masks, silk brocades from Vietnam and Indonesia, Japanese swords, and more.
  • Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall - The Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall is a memorial building to commemorate 122 years of Sun Yat Sen's overseas work and to honor his contributions to Southeast Asia, built by Singapore's Hokkien Huay Kuan.

Which are the best Singapore museum tickets to purchase for kids?

The best museums in Singapore for kids are
  • Madame Tussauds Singapore - Madame Tussauds Singapore is a part of the popular chain of wax museums around the world. It features a wide variety of wax figures from celebrities to cultural figures and even fictional characters. At Madame Tussauds Singapore, visitors can interact with famous personalities such as Lee Kuan Yew, Shah Rakh Khan, Lady Gaga, David Beckham, and more.
  • Singapore Art Science Museum - The Singapore Art Science Museum features scientific and educational exhibits for children. Most notably, within the museum, you'll find several exhibits on light, specifically what light can do with sound and even human touch. 
  • Singapore Trick Eye Museum - This museum is devoted to the art of 3D illusions. There are more than 25 exhibits at the Trick Eye Museum Singapore for guests to enjoy. Some of Singapore's favorite landmarks have been reproduced for this special museum including Fort Canning Park, Esplanade Bridge, Sentosa Beach, Merlion Park, and Gardens By The Bay
  • MINT Museum of Toys - The MINT Museum of toys is a world-class, pioneering toy museum that was established in 2008. It boasts more than 100,000 items from all over the world which provides children with an opportunity to learn about different cultures through toys. 

Are there skip-the-line museum tickets in Singapore?

Except Madame Tussauds Singapore, most museums in Singapore do not have skip-the-line tickets. However, they do have flexible entry which will help you plan your visit in advance and choose to go during off-peak hours. Enjoy entry to museums with Madame Tussauds Singapore tickets, ArtScience Museum tickets, Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall tickets, Singapore Trick Eye Museum tickets, Asian Civilisations Museum tickets, Maritime Experiential Museum and Typhoon Theatre tickets, and Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum tickets.

Do museums in Singapore offer guided tours?

Yes, some museums in Singapore offer a guided tour. Sun Yat-Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, National Museum of Singapore, and Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum are some museums that offer free guided tours of a limited number.

Are night tours available for museums in Singapore?

Only the National Museum of Singapore offers a self-guided night tour. You can enjoy the evening of outdoor cinema, gallery visits, food, and retail therapy until midnight with your friends and family.

Are there discounts for museum tickets in Singapore?

Children, senior citizens, and students with valid ID proof can enjoy discounted tickets in selected museums. Additionally, Headout offers discounts up to 31% and cashback up to 5% on selected museum tickets in Singapore.

Which museum tickets in Singapore are included with the Singapore city pass?

With the Singapore City Pass, you can visit museums such as Trick Eye Museum, Madame Tussauds & IOS Live, MINT Museum of Toys, Alive Museum, Singapore Science Center, and the National Gallery of Singapore for free. Apart from these, you can also gain access to popular attractions in the city such as Night Safari, Jurong Bird Park, Singapore Flyer, Sentosa 4D Magix, Sentosa Cineblast, Desperados, River Safari + 2 boat rides, Singapore Cable Car, 4D Adventureland, and more.

What is the cancelation policy for museum tickets in Singapore?

The cancelation policy varies depending on the type of ticket you purchase. While some museum tickets in Singapore allow you to cancel up to 24/48/72 hours before your scheduled visit, some of them cannot be canceled or rescheduled.

Which is the biggest museum in Singapore?

The National Museum of Singapore is the oldest and largest museum in Singapore. It is home to a large and diverse collection of artifacts, artworks, and historical objects, with over 25,000 items in its permanent galleries and another 80,000 items in its heritage collections. The museum’s main objective is to preserve the nation's art & heritage for current & future generations.

On which days can you enter museums in Singapore for free?

The following museums operated by National Heritage Board of Singapore allow free entry for everyone on all public holidays: 
  • Asian Civilisations Museum
  • National Museum of Singapore
  • The Peranakan Museum
  • Singapore Philatelic Museum
  • Indian Heritage Center
  • Malay Heritage Center
  • Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
  • Reflections at Bukit Chandu

Which museums in Singapore have free entry?

Museums in Singapore you can visit if you are a senior citizen, or a permanent resident of the country for free are:
  • Asian Civilisations Museum
  • National Museum of Singapore
  • The Peranakan Museum
  • Singapore Philatelic Museum
  • Indian Heritage Center
  • Malay Heritage Center
  • Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
  • Reflections at Bukit Chandu
  • Army Museum of Singapore
  • National Gallery Singapore
  • Former Ford Factory
  • Singapore Art Museum
  • Singapore Discovery Center

Is photography allowed inside museums in Singapore?

Cameras are allowed in most museums but flash photography is strictly prohibited. In the case of Museums like the National Museum of Singapore, photography is not allowed in the exhibition halls.

What is the best time to visit museums in Singapore?

The best time to visit museums in Singapore are during the early opening hours or a couple of hours before closing time. Avoid visiting the museums on public holidays since they tend to be more crowded.

Are museums in Singapore open on Christmas and New Year's?

Museums operated by National Heritage Board of Singapore operate on Christmas and New Year’s, and allow free entry for everyone.
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