Popular Exhibition Halls Attractions in Singapore

National Museum of Singapore
Singapore·Singapore
4.7/5
904 Reviews
Museum
Singapore island include varieties of museum, for instance, the National Museum of Singapore, the Singapore Art Museum, the National Gallery and the Asian Civilizations Museum. The National Museum was designed in Neo-Palladian and Renaissance style. The exhibitions in the museum mainly show the history and culture of Singapore. This includes the evolution of the life and customs of Singapore's people including the early immigrant life of Singapore's Chinese population.
National Gallery Singapore
Singapore·Singapore
4.6/5
616 Reviews
Art Gallery
Located on the bank of the Singapore River, the National Gallery Singapore is a transformation of two of Singapore’s most important historic buildings, the Parliament Building and the former High Court. The museum is home to a collection of works from Singapore and Southeast Asia, dating from the 19th century to the present, offering a window into the diverse social, economic and political history of Singapore, as well as the overall culture of the region.
ArtScience Museum
Singapore·Singapore
4.6/5
649 Reviews
Museum
ArtScience Museum is located within the integrated resort of Marina Bay Sands. It was designed by internationally renowned architect Moshe Safdie. Its exterior design is unique, as it has ten finger-shaped structures, like a blooming lotus flower blooming in the water, known as "The Welcoming Hand of Singapore." The museum's exhibitions combine art and science to showcase the definition, development and innovation of art and science. Interactive and multimedia exhibitions are full of fun. Large international roving exhibitions of famous collections are also often held here.
Singapore Art Museum
Singapore·Singapore
4.4/5
221 Reviews
Museum
The Singapore Art Museum is a typical Nanyang-style building with a red roof on a white building that appears simple and fresh against the backdrop of palm trees. The museum houses and exhibits traditional and modern art from Singapore and Southeast Asia, as well as a number of short and permanent exhibition galleries. The museum often hosts exhibitions of emerging artists, as well as special exhibitions from China and European countries.
Red Dot Design Museum
Singapore·Singapore
4.4/5
203 Reviews
Museum
The Red Dot Design Museum is a Red Dot Design Museum located overseas outside of Germany. This is a grand colonial-style building with a bright red exterior. The museum collects and displays outstanding works of the Red Dot Design Award, which is quite creative. Nowadays, many advertising agencies and design studios are gathered here, as well as a number of literary and full-fledged restaurants and bars, which are full of art during the day and are abuzz with nightlife at after dark.
Singapore Philatelic Museum
Singapore·Singapore
4.6/5
120 Reviews
Museum
23B Coleman Street Singapore Philatelic Museum, Singapore 179807, Singapore
Asian Civilisations Museum
Singapore·Singapore
4.5/5
117 Reviews
Museum
The Asian Civilizations Museum is the first of its kind in the region as it is the first museum that is dedicated solely to Pan-Asian civilizations and cultures. While visiting, visitors can not only explore the beautiful architecture of the museum's building that was built in 1910, but they can also take a tour of all the artifacts in 11 different galleries, including pieces from the Singapore River, Southeast Asia, West Asia, China and South Asia. Some must see artifacts include a Sri Lankan figurine of Buddha, tribal wood carvings from Southeast Asia and the collection of white Dehua porcelain.
Trick Eye Museum
Singapore·Singapore
4.4/5
178 Reviews
Art Gallery
Trick Eye is refers to a traditional art technique Trompe-l’oeil that turns two-dimensional paintings into three-dimensional images. Through the use of optical illusions, paintings on museum walls, floors and ceilings come alive!

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