Reminiscent of a blooming, lotus flower ArtScience Museum, represents an extraordinary feat of architecture, a landmark along the waterfront. The museum is anchored at the center with ten extensions or "fingers"--each with its own skylight reaching toward the sky like a welcoming hand. The art gallery features 21 gallery spaces, including permanent exhibits on curiosity, inspiration, and expression. The revolving exhibits center around the themes of art and science, media and technology, and design and architecture. In the past the museum has hosted displays including a deep sea creature exhibit, a DreamWorks exhibit, and a shipwreck exhibit. Our Singapore online day trip planner makes visiting ArtScience Museum and other Singapore attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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ArtScience Museum Reviews
We booked the Future Worlds ticket. It was very short, so don’t think you’ll be spending much time (unless you’re with children). The second element of the exhibition was breathtaking. Really glad we.... more »
Purchased the family package for 2 adults + 2 children tickets, plus a 15% off using Standard Chartered credit card. Total of S$76 was worth it, considering we visited all three exhibitions and a... more »
One of the best touristic attraction in Singapore. It's at Marina bay and close to many other amazing attractions. Its impressive architecture is itself a big attraction. Inside there are many interesting exhibition to all ages. Enjoy!
We went for FUTURE WORLD - WHERE ART MEETS SCIENCE. 5 stars for children and 3 stars for adults. I am awed by the presentation, the level of advanced smart technology and how interactive the setting was. The price was a little steep but it was worth it. The place however is more like a child’s world. For an adult, it is like a scratch of curiosity. Nonetheless, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR A FAMILY OUTING.
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Message from Singapore Tourism Board
Art, science, culture and technology intersect at the world’s first ArtScience Museum™, a lotus-shaped building located within the integrated resort of Marina Bay Sands®. Major international touring exhibitions have passed through, thanks to collaborations with the likes of the Natural History Museum of London, Japanese art collective teamLab, and jewellery brand Van Cleef & Arpels.