The Heritage Plan hopes to bring people together through heritage, and to emphasise the value and importance of heritage in our lives.
Discover stories of this historic precinct through three thematic trails.
Mereka Utusan presents insights into the development of Malay modernity and identity through the language of advertisements and editorial cartoons produced during the 1920s – 1960s.
Uncover lesser known stories of Singapore in this year's edition of the festival, with over 110 programmes by close to 80 partners.
Be spellbound by beautiful Harry Potter stamps from all over the world as well as movie memorabilia and collectibles from private collectors.
This exhibition explores the first ten pivotal years of independence (1965 – 1975) that shaped Singapore’s history, and the important roles and leadership of Singapore’s first Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew and his team who laid the foundations for modern Singapore.
Exhibitions and programmes at our museums explore the history of Singapore and the world, tell the stories of our pioneers and allows one to ponder on current social issues through contemporary art.
Roots.sg is the best value resource site for getting that daily informational dose on Heritage Trails, National Monuments, Museums, our National Collection and other awesome content.
Discover online resources ranging from activity sheets for students and families, magazines, articles to research papers.
Learn about nationally significant sites and monuments in Singapore.
Learn more about Singapore's history and culture through this choice selection of videos.
Embark on a trail today and discover heritage places around you.
The National Heritage Board owns and operates the following museums, interpretative centres, heritage institutions and precincts.