Good news art lovers big and small! The largest South East Asian art museum, The National Gallery, opens to the public on November 24, 2015. The National Gallery Singapore oversees the world’s leading public collection of modern art from Singapore and Southeast Asia. It comprises over 8,000 works from the 19th and 20th centuries in all media, including painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography and video.
Little Steps has rounded up some tips for you to make the most of your visit!
1. Download the Gallery Explorer App for fun tours and more.
2. Check out the activities for kids planned here.
3. Check out their event calendar here to maximize your time.
4. There are family weekends, camps, and more plans here.
At The Museum:
Keppel Centre For Art Education is a must! The first art facility of its kind, this hub of color, imaginative play, creativity, and curiosity will keep the kids busy and learning for hours. Enjoy a display of original artworks, explore handling art tools and materials and create a “visual postcard”.
This is the perfect place to see Singapore and South East Asian art, showcased at its best. Plus, kids will absolutely love the Keppel Centre For Art Education offering a creative way to explore art and more.
Art lovers! Immerse yourself in all kinds of art.
As part of their Opening Celebrations, all visitors enjoy free admission to the Gallery from November 24 - December 6, 2015 from 10am - 7pm (until 11pm on Fridays to Sundays). Learn more.
National Gallery Singapore
1 St. Andrew’s Road #01–01
+65 6690 9400