ArtScience Museum

Art Museum, Science Museum
10 Bayfront Ave. (Marina Bay Sands)
Singapore, 018956
10:00am - 7:00pm
10:00am - 7:00pm
10:00am - 7:00pm
10:00am - 7:00pm
10:00am - 7:00pm
10:00am - 7:00pm
10:00am - 7:00pm


  • The first museum that combined with the feels and sense of art and science. Worth to explore and visit.
  • Heard a child say "Dinosaurs are huge and ferocious!" Check out the Dawn to Extinction exhibition, world class!
  • The Andy Warhol exhibition was impeccably curated. My best ever art exhibition to date
  • You can get discount on your ticket if you stay in Marina Bay Sands Hotel. Show your room key.
  • Buy ticket online from sistic. Bit cheaper and plus u'll get more offers.
  • Don't forget to ask for carpark redemption if you're buying tickets to the exhibition or it's gonna cost !
  • Don't miss the Titanic centennial celebration. Exhibition will end on 29 April.
  • Must visit the titanic it's damm cool
  • Dali exhibition was pretty interesting. Can't wait for the Titanic one to open!
  • Nice design.. High at price.. But worth buying it..
  • The new permanent exhibition by teamLab, 'Future World', is world class interactive art enjoyable for all generations. Engaging, meaningful and gorgeous.
  • Currently, free entrance to Straits Times exhibition. Pay $20 for all access and visit "The Deep" & "Dreamworks" exhibitions. "The Deep" allows you to get close to 40 species of deep sea creatures!
  • Annie Leibovitz must see!!!!
  • Singaporean ticket is cheaper and with a NTUC card, there is a further 20% discount
  • Art Science Museum
  • Take a picture of urself at the lobby in front of andywarhol poster. Show it to receptionist, u'll get free entry. Limited offer only. Try it!
  • Andy Warhol exhibition - worth seeing!
  • Cartier time art exhibition, gorgeoussssss
  • Local Singaporeans are given discount for the tickets. No shelters between the museum and the main MBS building, so bring an umbrella when it's raining
  • The Titanic exhibition is awesome! Remember to take photos with Captain Smith and the grand staircase