Be amazed when you step into this cultural extravaganza and diverse historical heritage of Singapore.

With multiple themed galleries and displays, visitors who step into this time machine will get to view around 1,300 artefacts and items dug up from the region's colourful past.

All of this is housed in a building that was originally opened in 1865 as a courthouse and has been home to organisations like the Singapore Mint and the Registry of Births and Deaths.

Today it stands as both a monument to wonder and a reminder of our diverse history.

Caretakers of the museum ensure that there are programmes, shows and themed exhibitions that change all year round, keeping things fresh and interesting for all who visit.

Admission to all galleries ends 15 minutes before closing time.

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