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  1. National Monuments are buildings, structures and sites that possess national significance and are protected by the Preservation of Monuments Act.
    The Museum Roundtable (MR) comprises a collective of over 50 public and private museums, heritage galleries and unique attractions in Singapore.
    Marked Historic Sites are historically significant places associated with important events, communities or personalities.
    This section covers buildings, structures, sites and landscape features in Singapore of architectural, historical or cultural interest.

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  • National Gallery Singapore

    National Gallery Singapore

    National Gallery Singapore is a visual arts institution which oversees the largest public collection of modern art in Singapore and Southeast Asia. Situated in the heart of the Civic District, the Gallery is housed in two national monuments—City Hall and former Supreme Court—that have been beautifully restored and transformed into this exciting venue.

    Category
    Art
  • The Private Museum

    Private Museum

    THE PRIVATE MUSEUM is a registered charity and a registered Institution of a Public Character (IPC) founded by Singaporean philanthropist and real estate developer, Daniel Teo.

    Category
    Art
  • NUS Museum

    NUS Museum

    Explore a collection of over 7,000 artefacts and artworks which are divided across four collections. The Lee Kong Chian Collection consists of a wide representation of Chinese materials from ancient to contemporary art; the South and Southeast Asian Collection holds a range of works from Indian classical sculptures to modern pieces.

    Category
    Art
  • NUS Baba House

    NUS Baba House

    Baba House managed by NUS Museum is a heritage home which facilitates research and learning about the Peranakan community and its evolution.

    Category
    Art
  • Singapore Art Museum

    Singapore Art Museum

    The Singapore Art Museum (SAM) focuses on contemporary art practice in Singapore, Southeast Asia and Asia within the global context. It advocates and makes accessible interdisciplinary contemporary art through research-led and evolving curatorial practice.

    Category
    Art
  • Asian Civilisations Museum

    Asian Civilisations Museum

    Located by the historic Singapore River, the Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) is devoted to preserving the cultural heritage of Asia, especially the ancestral cultures of Singaporeans. These include China, Southeast Asia, India, and the Islamic world. More recently, the museum has focused on the long historical connections between cultures.

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    Culture & Community
  • Chinatown Heritage Centre

    Chinatown Heritage Centre

    The colourful past of Chinatown comes alive within the walls of these three beautifully-restored shophouses on Pagoda Street, comfortably nestled in the midst of Singapore's bustling Chinatown district.

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    Culture & Community
  • Chinese Heritage Centre

    Chinese Heritage Centre

    The Chinese Heritage Centre is an autonomous research institute of Nanyang Technological University. It is the first and only university institute in the world that specializes in the study of Chinese overseas. It serves as a research centre, a library and a museum. It brings you two engaging exhibitions that evolve around the ethnic Chinese outside of China.

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    Culture & Community
  • Eurasian Heritage Centre

    Eurasian Heritage Centre

    The mission of the Eurasian Heritage Centre is to preserve and share Eurasian heritage and culture. Its main objectives are to raise awareness of this minority community in Singapore and reach out to the younger generation of Eurasians, encouraging them to find out more about their roots, and reach out to new Eurasians (first generation), born of mixed European and Asian parentage, to be proud to be identified as a Eurasian.

    Category
    Culture & Community
  • Fuk Tak Chi Museum

    Fuk Tak Chi Museum

    Visit Singapore’s first street museum – Fu Tak Chi Museum lovingly restored by craftsman from China and Malaysia to recreate the spirit of that era. Built in 1824 by the Hakka, Singapore’s oldest temple was dedicated to Tua Pek Kong catering to the religious needs of both the Confucianists and Taoists.

    Category
    Culture & Community
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