The Flower Dome conservatory is a ticketed attraction within Gardens by the Bay, so they do have fixed daily timings.
Monday - Sunday: 9 AM to 9 PM. Last entry is at 8:30 PM, daily.
They do not have fixed off days during the week, although they do close for one day every month for routine maintenance. Check here for their monthly closure dates.
Best time to visit: If you like a less crowded ambience, the best times to visit would be on a weekday morning. Weekends and evenings tend to get more crowded for some people's liking.
The Flower Dome is one of two cooled conservatories located at the Gardens by the Bay in Singapore. The dome is made of over 3,000 glass panels and holds the Guinness World Record for the largest glass conservatory in the world!
A standard entry ticket to the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest conservatories start at SGD 35, and can go higher if you wish to visit more attractions at the Gardens.
The Flower Dome is open daily from 9 AM to 9 PM, with the last admission time of 8:30 PM. We recommend spending at least 45 minutes to an hour at the conservatory.
There are impromptu guided tours that happen at the Flower Dome (free of cost, by the way), when a group of 5 or more folks gather at the "Ask Me" signs located inside. So plan to visit with a group of friends or family!
Yes, feel free to click as many pictures and videos as you like within the glass conservatory. One thing to note: commercial video/photography is not allowed.
Yes, in fact most of Gardens by the Bay is wheelchair friendly, including the Flower Dome.
No, pets are not allowed inside the Flower Dome.
The best time to visit the Gardens and Flower Dome is early on in the day, after opening hours, so you get a calm and laid-back tour of the conservatory. The crowds get larger as the day progresses.