ACCESS AND COMMUNITY VISITS
We welcome visitors of all ages and abilities to visit and enjoy the Peranakan Museum.
Book an access or community group visit with us
To visit the museum as part of an accessibility organisation, social service agency, or local community group, book a visit at the link below, or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer guided tours in English and Mandarin for community groups:
Museum Highlights Tour
Monday to Sunday
Hourly from 10am to 4pm
(6 weeks advanced booking required)
Accessibility, amenities, and museum navigation
Getting to the museum
The Peranakan Museum is located at 39 Armenian Street. Visit our Plan Your Visit page for more information on getting to the museum.
Bus drop-off pointsWe recommend for 40-seater buses to drop off visitors at the dedicated drop-off point beside The Bible House along Coleman Street. 20-seater buses, wheelchair transports, and other smaller vehicles can turn into Loke Yew Street and drop off visitors outside the museum.
Visitors are encouraged to bring umbrellas or ponchos as there is no shelter from the drop-off points to the museum entrance.
Entrances and ramps
There is a short flight of steps leading up to the museum entrance. The entrance has automatic doors. Visitors with mobility considerations should use the ramp beside the stairs to access the museum.
At the museum
Social StoryWe welcome visitors of all abilities, including families with children and adults on the autism spectrum. To help prepare for your visit, download the Social Story about what to expect while visiting the museum. Social Story will be available on the website from June 2023.
Accessible facilities and amenitiesAll galleries are wheelchair accessible, and there is a lift serving all levels of the museum. Accessible washrooms are located on Levels 1 and 3 of the museum. Manual wheelchairs are free to borrow at the Front Desk in the lobby. Check out our Plan Your Visit page for more information on accessible amenities and other services at the museum.
PhotographyTaking photos is allowed and encouraged! However, visitors should turn off the flash on their phones and cameras.
Food and beveragesWe kindly ask that visitors not consume food and drinks inside the museum.
Learning resourcesWe offer educational materials and learning resources that can be used on museum visits, or back at home. Explore our resources below.
A Season for Celebration colouring sheets
Anak Anak Activity Trail