The beginnings of Singapore's National Museum
The National Museum had rather humble beginnings as a small section of a library, set aside as part of a plan to revive Singapore’s cultural heritage.
After several additions and relocations, it now stands proudly in a large Neo-Palladian and Renaissance style building at the Museum Planning Area on Stamford Road. It’s located downstream from Marina Bay near Clarke Quay shopping complex.
Discover a modern take on history
Apart from the various precious artefacts, amazing installations and intriguing exhibitions, The National Museum of Singapore is host to various wonderful events, festivals, performances and screenings throughout the year.
With free guided tours every day and a great range of cafes and restaurants, it’s the perfect place to spend the day before you head back to a hotel near the National Museum of Singapore – such as the convenient and comfortable PARKROYAL on Pickering.