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National Gallery Singapore, Singapore
(4.3/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
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  • A beautiful building with heaps of history, great collections and artifacts from the history of Singapore and its neighbours. 
  • This museum is housed in the former Supreme Court and City Hall buildings - the architecture and exhibition spaces are beautiful. I had read that the museum collection is comprised of 8,000 works of a...  more »
  • beautiful museum with beautiful Asian art. OK here spared no effort but there is nobody around, quiet. though less fine is that the museum is also used for all kinds of product launches as a hair dryer and washing machine. does not fit with the museum and also strange that then all kinds of departments are closed
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  • Excellent preservation and modern adaptation of British colonial architecture. With countless halls and rooms of galleries housing loads of local and regional pieces of art. Be sure the Ng Teng Fong roof gallery for a stunning view of the padang and view of the city skyline.
  • Love the gallery cafe! A nice and quiet spot tucked alongside the main road facing the padang, and a wonderful night view as well. Of course, taking a curated tour within the museum is a feast for the mind, eyes and heart, but I always believe the 'fringe' services such as cafes are a huge draw to keep people going back, time and again. πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ™
  • Beautifully restored from the former supreme Court and city hall with many of the exhibits integrated with the original furnishing of the court rooms, even the holding cells were kept! It is also a superbly family friendly museum with dedicated children gallery with rotating installations designed just for children. But bear in mind, no wheelies and balloons allowed in the "adult" galleries but you can keep balloons in their free lockers. Check w the very friendly and helpful staff stationed throughout the place!
  • You rarely get to see nice old buildings in Singapore anymore. They have restored the old supreme court to make the national gallery. They have even beautifully integrated some exhibits into the old courtrooms and holding cells. It's worth a visit if museums or architecture are your thing! If you go up to the 6th floor, you'll get an amazing view of marina bay stands and the art museum.
  • Beautiful architecture. Good and huge exhibitions. Walking tours are entertaining. Poster making booth is very interactive! Attentive staff! A must-visit!