For today, a brief post on the exterior architecture of the Asian Civilisation Museum.
The Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) is one of the National Museums of Singapore under the National Heritage Board. Located at the Singapore River, Empress Place, it is at a strategic location along with many of the historical places in Singapore. It is the first museum in the region to present a broad and integrated perspective of pan-Asian cultures and civilisation – showcasing the rich heritage of our multi-ethnic society.
So if museums, arts and culture are your favourite things, come and visit the Asian Civilisation Museum.
Monday : 1pm – 7pm
Tuesday – Sunday : 9am – 7pm
(Friday) : 9am – 9pm
Price may vary during special exhibitions.
Adults : S$8.00
Concession* : S$4.00 (* Foreigners aged 60 and above)
Group Admission : S$6.00 (for groups of 20 and above)
Concession* : S$3.00 (* Foreigners aged 60 and above)
Family Admission : S$20.00
Maximum of 5 pax, only available during Special Exhibitions
Asian Civilisations Museum and Peranakan Museum Joint Ticket**
Adults : S$11.00
Concession* : S$5.50 (* Foreigners aged 60 and above)
** Joint ticket must be used within 7 days of purchase
- Free admission to visitors aged 6 and below
- Free admission for all Singaporean and PR students, and teachers (for more information, please click here)
- Free admission for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents aged 60 years and above everyday
- 50% discount for foreigners aged 60 and above everyday
- Discounted admission charges on Fridays 7pm – 9pm
How to get there
The ACM is located at 1 Empress Place. Take the MRT and alight at Raffles station. It is a 5-minute walk to the ACM.