Republic of Singapore Navy Museum

Military and marine enthusiasts will be captivated by the exhibits at the Republic of Singapore Navy Museum – antique marine equipment, historic photographs, even details of sophisticated, high technology missile corvette vessels.

Open: 8:30am – 4:30pm (Mon-Fri), 8:30am – 12 noon (Sat).

Getting There:
Take the MRT to Sembawang Station (NS11), then take SMRT Bus 856. Alight at the bus stop after Sembawang Shipyard on Admiralty Road West. Obtain a gate pass before entering the camp.

Republic of Singapore Air Force Museum

For military and aviation buffs, the Republic of Singapore Air Force Museum is a must-see. Spread over 10,600 square metres of land, the museum comprises an outdoor gallery and two levels of indoor galleries.

Open: 8.30 am to 5 pm (Tue – Sun except public holidays). Getting There: Take SBS Transit bus 94 (except on Sundays and public holidays) from Eunos MRT station (EW7) or SBS Transit bus 90 from Toa Payoh bus interchange.

National Museum of Singapore

At 119 years old, the National Museum of Singapore is Singapore?s biggest and oldest museum with the youngest and most innovative soul.

Singapore History Gallery, 10am ? 6pm Daily
Singapore Living Galleries, 10am – 8pm Daily

Getting There:
The nearest MRT stations are Dhoby Ghaut (NS24) & City Hall (EW13/NS25). The Museum is a 10-minute walk from these stations.

Asian Civilisations Museum

As its name suggests, the Asian Civilisations Museum focuses on the heritage of Asian cultures. The first wing (ACM I), located at Armenian Street, is a meticulously restored neo-classical building dating back to 1910.

Opening Hours :
Mon 1pm to 7pm; Tue to Sun 9am to 7pm; late night opening on Friday, free admission from 6pm to 9pm.

Getting There:
ACM I – From City Hall MRT Station (NS25/EW13), walk towards Stamford Road and turn into Armenian Street.

ACM II – From City Hall MRT Station (NS25/EW13), walk along St Andrew?s Road, past St Andrew?s Cathedral, City Hall and Supreme Court. Walk into Old Parliament Lane. ACM II is on the left after The Arts House.