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Now on at Singapore Art Museum | Imaginarium: To the Ends of the Earth Singapore Art Museum is a contemporary art museum for visitors of all ages, specialising in art and art practices in Singapore and Southeast Asia. Drawing from its own...more
All reviews current exhibition old colonial building bras basah free admission beautiful building special exhibition worth a visit guided tour couple of hours rainy day installation galleries exhibits school video visitors study
We spend around 3 hours here with 2 younger children, they loved it. So interactive, even as adults we loved it. Discount given with Singapore Airlines ticket a bonus. Definitely a great morning out. The building and views are amazing.
I stayed nearby this place when I came to visit it. It was an excellent recomendation by the lady I met at Sentosa. I asked her which was the nearest and convenient museum to visit and she suggested this place. I am glad that she...More
We flew with Singapore Air all the way to Sydney from London. We had a short stop over in Singapore on the way out but flew all the way back with a 55 minute stop, the staff were very attentive, hot towels, food and drink...More
We went there with high expectations but unfortunately most of it was closed and we went in anyways and saw basically three art designers with like a few work , maybe it was not the best time to visit it but we were disappointed
President's Young Takents 2018 is on till end of the year before the museum closes for its revamp. Thought-evoking and fascinating art even for amateurs, they are for those who love to learn about the varied degree of affordable of different materials and methods for...More
We only went to the Future exhibit which is essentially all about the kids. There are 8 interactive displays which our kids loved. There Mare three displays where the projected display moves around this kids, ex a waterfall and if they stand it front of...More
We wantend to visit the museum today but we were told at the entrance that it is closed for 3 years. Unfortunately we did not know, we had been walking from our hotel.. there is some exhibition in the national museum that we visited earlier....More
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Solely because we were staying very close by. What we didn't know at the time was that about half of it was closed for some reason. If you have young kids or just a kids heart the associated children's museum is just... More
Solely because we were staying very close by. What we didn't know at the time was that about half of it was closed for some reason. If you have young kids or just a kids heart the associated children's museum is just in the next street on the right and was great fun - we spent about 1.5-2 hours in there. We are pensioners in our 70s.
Pretty much the same impression as Gilman Barracks (well, the bigger building up the hill, on the left), like a re-purposed building, like a work in progress, suitable for certain art exhibits, quite neat, but I would say it... More
Pretty much the same impression as Gilman Barracks (well, the bigger building up the hill, on the left), like a re-purposed building, like a work in progress, suitable for certain art exhibits, quite neat, but I would say it needs more directional signage and some redecoration to make the place a bit warmer and welcoming; it is not big enough to wear well with the austerity of several contemporary art locations in Europe. Also elevator should be included as regular visitor option, we used it but you have the feeling you go through an empty warehouse...