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Daily Guided Tours
Guided Tours In-Museum FREE

Various timings daily

See the in-museum guided tour schedule for this month. Guided tours are available in English and various other languages.

Andrew Gn: Fashioning Singapore and the World
Exhibitions In-Museum Ticketed

27 May 2023 - 17 September 2023

Exploring Andrew Gn’s roots in Asia, cross-cultural expressions of Asian and Western art, and celebrating his distinctive aesthetics, craftsmanship, and global impact.

Crossing Cultures: Made by Hand
Programmes In-Museum Free admission to most activities

2 - 4 June 2023

Fall in love with Asian craftsmanship with a weekend dedicated to handmade creations.

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Children's Season at ACM: Dreams and Pawsibilities
Programmes In-Museum Free Admission (some programmes chargeable)

3 - 25 June 2023

Come dream with us at ACM this Children’s Season!

A photograph of a dimly-lit gallery space with two glass exhibition casements on the left along the left wall. One of the casement holds two large decorated vases. Another casement shows a large stylised wooden cross. In the centre of the image, there is a large red and black altar in front of a red wall. On the right side of the image, there is one glass-encased exhibit with two large candleholders.
ACM and Anima Mundi: Chinese Christian art from the Vatican Museums
Exhibitions In-Museum Ticketed (Permanent Galleries)

From 1 October 2022

ACM welcomes a selection of Chinese Christian art from the Vatican Museums in Rome, in its latest rotation of the Christian Art Gallery. Drawn from the Anima Mundi (meaning “Soul of the World”), these are little-known treasures of Christian art made in Asia.

Textile Masters to the World: the global desire for Indian Cloth
Exhibitions In-Museum Ticketed (Permanent Galleries)

From 24 March 2023

Spotlighting the historic global impact of textile productions in India, and its role as evidence of trade and cultural exchange between India and regions such as the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and Europe from the 14th to 19th century.

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