Now that Singapore has become one of the most modern countries in the world, it’s more important than ever to shine a light on its heritage and society!
Back in 2010, the seed for a non-profit organization in the shape of a collective museum was born based on the idea that ‘every community has a story to tell’. 9 years later, the time has come to celebrate the common folks weaving the stories of our Little Red Dot’s everyday life.
The museum features over 300 oral stories, 2.000 photographs, and 50 artifacts, all collected by Queenstown’s residents throughout the years to spur conversations about the future, and to amplify the social network of the neighborhood. So watch the space as there are many more engaging exhibits, programs and talks coming!
We really encourage you to visit the space with the little ones, delve into some memorabilia and connect with this loving and lively community.
We adore our Little Red Dot’s heritage. Also, it’s always a good idea to preserve the tales of our people!
An ideal outing for curious kids and history buffs!
The museum is closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and Public Holidays. Opening times Wednesday- Saturdays are from 9,30 am to 12,30 pm -and also from 5,30 pm to 8,30 pm over Fridays and Saturdays.