Headout is an authorized and trusted partner of the venue, offering curated experiences to enjoy this attraction. This is not the venue's website.
A traveler's paradise, Singapore boasts of a perfectly fine balance between the beauty of human endeavor and the majesty of nature. Home to stunning architecture and equally enthralling gardens and other natural delights, the city-state offers a lot for visitors to do. One such spectacular attraction in Singapore is the Marina Bay Sands — home to the very best of Singaporean culture and entertainment for the entire family. The venue is home to the innovative and engaging ArtScience Museum. The star attraction of the ArtScience Museum is the Future World exhibition offering plenty to love for both tech aficionados and art enthusiasts. Looking to buy Singapore ArtScience Museum tickets? Our in-depth guide has all the details you need for a fantastic experience.
Located in the stunning Marina Bay Sands, the venue is renowned not just for the engaging Art Science Museum exhibitions it houses but also for its marvelous architecture. Spread across 5000 square meters, the ArtScience Museum features a lotus-shaped building that is home to 21 gallery spaces, all naturally lit. The ArtScience Museum building was the brainchild of architect Moshe Safdie and is one of the most remarkable structures in the waterfront promenade of the Marina Bay Sands resort. The gallery spaces host exhibitions showcasing an interesting blend of technology, art, culture, and science.
Your Singapore ArtScience Museum tickets give you access to some truly spectacular traveling exhibitions focusing on iconic artists and designers including Eames, Van Gogh, Warhol, and Dali. You can also enjoy exhibitions focusing on popular franchises like Lego and Harry Potter, along with themed exhibitions on fascinating topics like mummies, the Titanic, dinosaurs, and Genghis Khan. The ArtScience Museum is also home to a permanent exhibition called “Future World," designed in collaboration with Japanese art collective teamLab. The high-tech and immersive exhibition features wonderful installations perfect for both adults and kids.
Children between the ages of 2-12 and seniors aged 65+ are eligible for a discount on their tickets upon presentation of a valid ID. Those under the age of one can enter the museum for free.
To ensure minimal gathering at the ticket counter, currently, you can only buy Singapore ArtScience Museum tickets online. Fortunately, online is anyway the ideal option when buying Singapore ArtScience Museum tickets online due to the convenience and value for money offered.
If your impression of a museum is an old building with paintings and sculptures on display, the ArtScience Museum is here to spring a pleasant surprise. Arguably amongst the most iconic tourist attractions in Singapore, the ArtScience Museum masterfully showcases culture, science, art, and technology, without minimizing any of the impacts. The museum complex, structured like a lotus, is spread across an area of 5,000 square meters and is home to 21 unique galleries. Some of the best exhibitions you can visit at the ArtScience Museum include:
This fantastically high-tech exhibition brings together the elements of science, art, storytelling, technology, and a hint of magic to create an experience unlike any other. The only permanent exhibition at the ArtScience Museum, this immersive exhibition features four unique environments — City in a Garden, Sanctuary, Park, and Space.
A running theme is the impact of human interaction in changing the planet's environment. Using LED lights, touchscreens, and crystal clear surround sound, the exhibition offers a thrilling and interactive experience. Future World is the perfect exhibition to attend with kids since there's a lot of interaction-based learning opportunities available throughout.Art Science Museum Future World
Showcasing over 290 artifacts from the original Star Wars films, this interactive exhibition is a must-visit for any fans of the iconic franchise. Witness legendary movie props and artifacts up close and personal. From costumes and character models to artwork and replicas of iconic starships including the Millenium Falcon and the Star Destroyer, this Star Wars exhibition has everything a true fan would want to see. You will learn about the creative process involved with movie-making, from early concept arts and storyboards to model making and costume design. Discover the choices that shaped your favorite characters like Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Princess Leia, Darth Vader, and others.STAR WARS™ Exhibition Tickets
Ever wondered what colors best describe the vibrant city of Singapore? Painting with Light – Palettes of Singapore showcases the unique colors that define the city as captured by four artists with the new OPPO Find X3 Pro.
During the exhibition, you'll get to take a closer peek at your immediate surroundings and reflect on the small moments that make our lives memorable. Visit this exhibition if you're looking to witness the many moods of Singapore, and maybe you'll find your perfect fit in the Lion City.
Apart from exhibitions, Singapore ArtScience Museum also hosts enriching screenings with free admissions on a first-come-first-served basis. Some of the screenings currently playing at the museum include ArtScience on Screen: Season of the Force, Late Screenings: Three Times (2005), and ArtScience on Screen: One Year On.
Make the most out of your visit and immerse yourself in a range of guided tours that take you on a fascinating exploration of the Museum’s exhibitions. Offered by the venue, some tours currently available include Star Wars Identities Guided Tour, Planet or Plastic? Spotlight Tour, and Planet or Plastic? Guided Tour in English and Mandarin.
ArtScience Museum: Daily from 10 AM to 7 PM (last admission at 6 PM)
Digital Light Canvas: Daily from 11:30 AM to 8 PM
The ArtScience Museum Singapore is located on the North Promenade of the Marina Sands Bay.
The ArtScience Museum is amongst the most popular tourist attractions in Singapore and attracts tourists from around the globe. On weekends and public holidays, the exhibitions are extremely crowded and noisy. Since local Singaporeans also venture out to the museum on holidays, you might not even get enough time to properly admire the exhibition.
Thus, the best time to visit ArtScience Museum is early morning on a weekday to avoid the crowds.
The following are some accommodation options close to ArtScience Museum Singapore:
Budget-friendly: Marrison Hotel, Strand Hotel Singapore, Hotel Bencoolen
Modest: ParkRoyal Collection, Conrad Centennial Singapore, Hotel Fairmont Singapore
Luxury: Marina Bay Sands Singapore, The Ritz-Carlton Millenia, The Fullerton Bay Hotel
An integrated resort headlining Marina Bay in the Downtown Core of Singapore, the Marina Bay Sands was deemed as the world's most expensive standalone casino property at S$8 billion upon opening. Designed by architect Moshe Safdie, the resort features a 2,561-room hotel, a theatre, a museum, fantastic restaurants, an atrium casino, a 120,000 sq m. convention exhibition center, and two floating crystal pavilions.Marina Bay Sands tickets
Merlion is the iconic national icon of Singapore located at the Merlion Park in front of the Fullerton Hotel and overlooking the beautiful Marina Bay. The mythical Merlion features the head of a lion with the body of a fish and symbolizes Singapore's quaint beginnings as a fishing village when it was called Temasek. Your trip to Singapore is incomplete without a trip to this iconic statue that has come to be associated with the Lion City itself.
Want to witness the beauty and majestic charm of Singapore from the sky? The Singapore Flyer experience is perfect for you. Offering breathtaking views of the city and sneak peeks of neighboring countries such as Malaysia and Indonesia, this much-loved tourist activity is highly recommended. Float 165 meters above the ground and enjoy glorious views of the iconic landmarks that dot the Singapore skyline.Singapore Flyer tickets
Located by the Marina Bay Waterfront, Gardens by the Bay is the perfect spot for nature lovers and budding horticulturalists. With three unique spaces spread over 101 hectares, the venue is a shining example of Singapore's efforts to feature more natural beauty. The 3 zones— Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden, and Bay Central Garden — feature plenty of lush greenery making for a welcome break from the surrounding concrete jungle.Gardens by the Bay tickets
Yes, the ArtScience Museum reopened to the public on July 1, 2020.
Currently, Singapore ArtScience Museum tickets need to be purchased online and are limited to 5 per purchase. Also, the guided tours and programs will remain suspended.
Yes, presently Singapore ArtScience Museum tickets are available only online to avoid crowding at the ticket counter.
No, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you can not buy Singapore ArtScience Museum tickets at the venue. You can, however, purchase your ArtScience Museum tickets from the official website or third-party ticketing websites to avail of great discounts and deals.
No, your Singapore ArtScience Museum tickets cannot be cancelled or refunded.
Yes, the ArtScience Museum is wheelchair-friendly, with automated doors.
ArtScience Museum is open daily from 10 AM to 7 PM (last admission at 6 PM). Note that Digital Canvas is open daily from 11:30 AM to 8 PM.
Apart from direct entry, you also get access to either Planet or Plastic? or Future World and Digital Canvas.
Children aged one and below can enter ArtScience Museum for free.