Memories at Old Ford Factory, Singapore
Categories: Military Museums, Museums
The monumental Memories at Old Ford Factory is not only the site of the city’s first manufacturer of Henry Ford’s automobiles in the early 20th century; it is also historically significant to the nation’s World War II efforts and struggles. Head here to be in the same space where the British formally surrendered to the Japanese, who went on to occupy Singapore in a brutal regime that lasted three years from 1942 to 1945. Survey the collection of memories, reflections, and artifacts that speak of the darkest, but also most resilient and brave period in modern Singaporean history. Plan your visit to Memories at Old Ford Factory and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Singapore itinerary builder.
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Memories at Old Ford Factory is a place not to be missed for History Buffs but it is closed until 2017. This place will tell you how the Mighty British surrendered to the Ruthless Japanese, sparking a... read more »
Walked 2km in the heat to get there after asking 3 taxis for directions from the Bukit Timah shopping centre. They had no idea what it was, so we asked at the MRT. When we got to the old Ford Factory ... read more »
Headed there yesterday and sadly saw a sign saying that it was close for renovations until 2017. The museum looks good from the outside though, and will like be back again when it reopens.
Nathaniel Ng Li Wen,
Come enjoy a piece of Singapore's history here. Open to the public it pays remembrance to the key events leading up to Singapore's surrender during the world war 2
This is not a review. It is just to inform that the Memories at Old Ford Factory is closed for revamp since 16 February 2016. They will reopen in 2017.
For the history buffs, this place is where exactly the British surrendered Singapore to the Japanese during the 2nd World War. Small and cozy museum, but worth a visit at least once :)
Nice place to know singapore history
This museum is where the Japanese had their headquarters during WWII and it's where they made the British surrender. Its a small place but really worth the visit because of all the history this place has
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