The National Museum of Singapore is the nation's oldest
museum that seeks to inspire with stories of Singapore and
the world. Its history dates back to 1849, when it opened on Stamford Road as the Raffles Library and Museum.
Singapore has moved into Phase Two: Safe Transition, and we're happy to announce that the National Museum of Singapore has re-opened. All our galleries are open, however, there will be no guided tours or programmes during this period.
The well-being of our visitors and staff remains our primary concern. For your safety, safe management measures will be implemented during your visit. These include:
- The use of SafeEntry upon entry and exit
- Temperature taking
- Safe-distancing of at least one metre at all times
- Wearing of mask at all times
- No more than 5 visitors for group visits.
Visitors are encouraged to pre-purchase tickets here to reduce waiting time at the museum.
View the guide here on what to expect during your museum journey.
Let's work towards a COVID-Safe Singapore together, and we look forward to seeing you soon!
Daily 10am to 7pm. Last admission
6.15pm (Glass Rotunda)
6.30pm (All other galleries)