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The ArtScience Museum Singapore innovatively blurs the boundaries between art, science, and technology. This architectural gem in the shape of an open lotus flower hosts captivating exhibitions that celebrate human creative potential. From groundbreaking scientific discoveries to inspiring contemporary art, the museum offers a journey to the limits of imagination.

Visitors immerse themselves in interactive installations, marvel at fascinating exhibits and experience multimedia art that bridges various disciplines. The ArtScience Museum is not only a place of wonder but also a space that celebrates the symbiosis of art and science and encourages viewing the world from an expanded perspective.
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Purchase your ticket here for the permanent exhibition Future World and the galleries on the 4th level. Additionally, you can select access to the Sensory Odyssey.
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9 tips for visiting the ArtScience Museum

ArtScience Museum from the outside
Topic change!The museum regularly presents changing exhibitions. Before visiting the museum, you should inform yourself about the current exhibitions and decide which ones best match your interests.
ArtScience Museum at Night
Check the opening hoursThe opening hours may change depending on the season or special events. Therefore, visitors should always check the current opening hours in advance.
Buy tickets in advanceTo avoid long queues or disappointments at sold-out exhibitions, you should definitely buy tickets beforehand.
Combo tickets save money!If you plan to visit several attractions in Singapore, look for combo tickets that combine the entrance to various sights. For example, there are combo tickets for the ArtScience Museum and the approximately 3km (9,842.52 ft) distant Gardens by the Bay or a combo ticket for the ArtScience Museum and the 2km (6,561.7 ft) distant SuperPark Singapore.
Early riser or night owlTo avoid crowds, the early morning or late afternoon hours are suitable for a visit. The exhibition spaces and art objects can then be explored in a more relaxed manner.
Interactive exhibitions are a highlightThe ArtScience Museum is known for its interactive exhibitions. Make sure to take time to explore the different installations and participate in interactive activities.
Make use of guided tours or audio guidesTo make the most out of the visit, you should take part in a guided tour, or at least use an audio guide. This way, you'll learn additional background information and exciting details about the exhibits.
Take a picture!In most areas of the museum, photography is allowed. Memories of the fascinating artworks are thus personally preserved for eternity.
Don't forget snacks for a longer visit to the museumA day in the museum can be long. Drinking water and enough snacks are a must for the visit. Some areas may not allow the carrying of open beverages. Sealable drinking bottles are therefore recommended. A Miracle Coffee flagship café is set to open in the lobby of the Art Science Museum, stay tuned!
ArtScience Museum Interior | Photo: Flickr, prilfish CC-BY-SA 2.0

The ArtScience Museum

The ArtScience Museum is a fascinating place where creativity meets science, and where the boundaries of imagination are constantly redefined. Amidst the futuristic skyline of Singapore, this architectural masterpiece rises.
View of the Floating Stadium from the Art Science Museum | Photo: Flickr, prilfish CC-BY-SA 2.0

The Architecture

The ArtScience Museum impresses not only with its internal beauty but also with its external shape. Designed by the visionary architect Moshe Safdie, the lotus shape reflects not just elegance but also an inviting openness that encourages visitors to enter a world of wonder.

Sustainability was also considered in the project: rainwater is collected in the center of the building and channeled through the bowl-shaped roof into a reflecting pond at the lowest level. The collected rainwater is then used for the building's toilet facilities.

The circular base and the ten 'fingers' of the lotus flower house 5,000m² (53.820 ft²) of exhibition space. Each of the ten fingers has roof windows or skylights that enable sustainable lighting of the galleries. Because of the ten fingers, the building is also called 'The Welcoming Hand of Singapore'.
Marina Bay, Helix Bridge, and ArtScience Museum | Photo: Flickr, Urban Kalbermatter CC-BY-SA 2.0

History and Vision

Opened in 2011, as part of the esteemed Marina Bay Sands resort, the ArtScience Museum sets the standard for the fusion of art and science. With its mission to celebrate the beauty of creativity and showcase groundbreaking innovations, it contributes to establishing Singapore as a dynamic center for cultural exchange.

Partnerships and Exchange

The ArtScience Museum regularly collaborates with leading museums worldwide to offer a diverse array of exhibitions. These partnerships enable visitors to experience international art treasures and visionary scientific discoveries up close, without leaving the borders of Singapore. Partner museums include the American Museum of Natural History, the Science Gallery Dublin, or the British Museum.

Multimedia Experiences

The interactive exhibitions of the museum offer an immersive journey where visitors can dive into the world of art, science, and technology. Virtual Reality transports the visitor into different worlds. The interactive installations make the experience so intense that it enlivens the senses and inspires the mind.

Diverse Exhibitions

From masterpieces of contemporary art to groundbreaking scientific discoveries, the ArtScience Museum offers a constantly changing array of exhibitions. The diversity of themes reflects the creative spectrum and enables visitors to be inspired by a wide range of cultural and scientific horizons.

Cultural Events

The museum does not only serve as a space for visual delights but also as a stage for cultural events, lectures, and workshops. This creates a platform for the exchange of ideas and fosters an open dialogue between the art and science communities.


The ArtScience Museum in Singapore is more than just a collection of galleries; it is a venue where the curious are encouraged to dream, explore, and learn. A visit promises not only a visual journey through fascinating exhibitions but also an intellectual journey capturing the essence of humanity in all its creative splendor. By merging art and science, the museum lives up to its motto A different kind of Museum in more than one way.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the ArtScience Museum suitable for children?

Yes, although some exhibitions require a minimum height for visitors. For example, the exhibition Future World: Where Art Meets Science includes an interactive piece named Aerial Climbing Through A Flock of Colored Birds, which is only accessible to visitors who are at least 1.20m (3.9ft) tall. Unfortunately, strollers are not allowed. There are stroller parking spots available at the museum entrance. Read more.

What kind of clothes should I wear for the museum?

As parts of the museum are very interactive, we advise against flip-flops and high heels. It is best to come in comfortable clothing that allows for easy movement to fully enjoy the museum. Read more.

Is the ArtScience Museum wheelchair accessible?

The ArtScience Museum is suitable for wheelchair users. Every corridor is at least 1.20m (3.9ft) wide, each floor is accessible by lift, and there are wheelchair-accessible toilets on every floor. Service animals are also allowed. Read more.

Can I upload my photos directly to social media?

Yes! There is free Wi-Fi available everywhere in the ArtScience Museum. Read more.

General information

opening hours

The museum is open daily from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM. The latest entry is at 6:00 PM.


Generally, admission to the museum is free. However, tickets must be purchased for the various exhibitions. Prices for adults start from S$11, which is roughly equivalent to 8€ or 8$. There are also family tickets, discounted tickets, and memberships. Each exhibition and experience has a different price.


6 Bayfront Avenue
Singapore 018974

how to get there

Getting there by public transport is very convenient and definitely recommended. By MRT (MRT = Mass Rapid Transit, which is the name for Singapore's metro network), get off at Bayfront Station. By bus SBS: 97, 97E, 133, 133M, 502, 518 or SMRT 106, get off at the Marina Bay Sands Theatre Bus Stop. Both stops are an 8-minute walk away. You can also arrive by car and park at the North Car Park of Marina Bay Sands. A special option is the Singapore River WaterTaxi, which stops at the Bayfront North WaterB kiosk.
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