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Situated in the heart of Singapore’s Civic District, National Gallery Singapore oversees the largest public collection of modern art in Southeast Asia. Housed in two beautifully restored national monuments – City Hall and former Supreme Court – are...more
Hours Today: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
1 St. Andrew's Road #01-01 National Gallery Singapore, Singapore 178957, Singapore
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We visited the exhibitions of Wu Guanzhong: Expressions of Pen & Palette as well as Minimalism: Space Light Object, all housed within the National Gallery Singapore which is within the converted Supreme Court and Old City Hall buildings. The buildings are beautiful and wonderfully converted...More
Interesting exhibitions but well spaced out over two ajoining buildings so not the easiest place to Navigate. Staff very helpful. Cafe busy but useful system of small pagers to let you know when your food is ready.
Best part is to go to the rooftop...More
This is a great place to see Singapore and South Asian culture. you can observe the world’s largest collection of Singapore and Southeast Asian art. the gallery Consisting of modern and contemporary art. informative and educational. this is a good place for a research and...More
Really cool place with a lot of history regarding Singapore. Can take you a couple of days to see the entire place especially with the special exhibitions. To get most of the building highlights I suggest that you do a tour which is free with...More
The gallery contains some magnificent works by local artists. They are displayed well in enormous spaces. Take a tour with one of the volunteers to really discover the collection. Some guides will also point out features of the new building, which is a re-vamp of...More
If the answer to any of the above is, "Yes", then you should definitely consider visiting the National Gallery of Singapore. It's easy to get to. Several MRT stations are nearby but City Hall is closest - and that is probably because half of the...More
Our visit to the National Gallery was interesting with different areas set aside for art from different South East Asian regions. It was not as spectacular as some other galleries, but particularly interesting because its inclusion with the court.
It is a beautiful space. It clearly has fantastic art. My “could” is because I found the pricing structure confusing and I did read and I did ask. I clearly needed a general entry ticket but I’m afraid I didn’t find that clear until I...More
We have been to Singapore at least once a year for the last 30 years and this is the first time to visit the National Gallery. We really enjoyed it and there were a number of exhibits that our grandkids enjoyed as well! Plan ahead...More
They are very different places.
I liked the gallery, the art was fabulous and the views from the cafe/balcony on the top floor were fabulous.
If you like history, you should go to the museum