For families looking for a bit of history on their next day out, a visit to Changi Museum is worth a trip. Located in Upper Changi Road, Changi Museum is dedicated to those who lived and died during World War II – particularly around the Changi area. The events and experiences of individuals are brought to life through a collection of artwork that were made by prisoners, as well as by timelines and storyboards. There is also a chapel where visitors can pay tribute to those who lost their lives during this period.
If you can’t make it out there, not to worry as a virtual museum has been created where one can access the museum’s entire archives and exhibits. Furthermore, virtual tours of each of the museum’s zones are also available at the click of your keypad.
It allows us both on sight as well as virtual access to World War II history in Singapore.
World War II history buffs, museum goers.
Entrance is free but you can pay for guided tours as well as audio tours.
The Changi Museum
1000, Upper Changi Road North, Singapore 507707
Tel: +65 6214 2451
Open 9:30am – 5:00pm daily last admission at 4.30pm (Including Sundays and Public Holidays)