Heritage & Culture Exhibition
The Heritage & Culture Exhibition provides an engaging insight into the arrival of our forefathers from different parts of the world to Singapore. And it showcases the vibrant culture, customs, festivals and traditions that they brought with them. The exhibition is specially designed to allow visitors to interact and participate with the exhibits using their five senses. It is divided into five key sections. Each section is designed with graphic panels, display of objects, photo-opportunities, and interactive components.
February 15: A Day to Remember
The exhibition will showcase a collection of stamps, letters, postcards, postal notices and other philatelic materials from the museum and private collectors. The ideology and propaganda campaigns of the Japanese invaders, life of the people in Singapore during the Occupation, and memories of the pain and sufferings are told through the collection on display.
A Little Magic
Enter the fantastical realm of fairy tales through beautiful stamps from all over the world and engage your senses with interactive and hands-on exhibits. Hear the ocean, smell the rose, see beautiful 3-D mermaid stamps and listen to a musical box. Have fun with shadow play using stamps. Relive the magic woven by Hans Christian Andersen, the Brothers Grimm, Charles Perrault and more. For children aged 4 years and above and all who believe in magic.
Duration: 1 week
Charge: $1,500 - $2,500 per exhibition
For bookings, please contact Lily Samuel
Monday – Friday: 9.00am – 6.00pm
Tel: +65 6513 7347 / +65 6337 3888