Attraction ArtScience Museum 6 Bayfront Ave 018974 Published on: 13-11-2015
|1 hours 30 mins|
|10:00 AM - 07:00 PM|
ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands is good for
- Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
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Why ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands is special ?
What to explore at ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands?
- Free cutting-edge performances ArtScience Late: One Thursday a month
- Celebrating Singapore's contemporary art Prudential Singapore Eye: Now Showing
- Original Masterpieces Da Vinci: Shaping the Future: Now Showing
- Sunday Showcase Public Programmes: One Sunday each month
- Truth & dare: Ted talks screenings
How to get to ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands?
- Beautiful museum
- Da Vinci Exhibit is wonderful
- Amazing architecture
- Worth visiting over and over, and over again
- Some of the best exhibits in Asia
ArtScience Museum 6 Bayfront Ave 018974
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Where to Buy Tickets: - Marina Bay Sands Box Offices - ArtScience Museum Lobby - Concierge Desk, Hotel Lobby Tower 1 - Retail Concierge, The Shoppes L1 - SkyPark Ticketing Counter, Tower 3 B1 - Theatre, The Shoppes B1 Tickets are also available through all SISTIC channels. If you plan to visit ArtScience Museum on weekends, book online and avoid the queue at the box office.Service
Good:-My first time there, it was the TITANIC exhibition & it blew my mind off! It was a world class display worth every cent of my time!!!-My second visit was for the MUMMY, which was good because it was brought in from another museum...but to be honest...it was over-rated & not worth the visit.-Impressed the curators always keep on bringing in exhibits that not only interest me, but are CAPTIVATING & make for good phototaking opportunities.Bad:-I find $14 for a child ticket expensive.-Carpark is expensive.-Though the expensive entrance ticket, it is worth visiting it because of the unique exhibition it has.http://www.marinabaysands.com/Singapore-Museum/Ticketing/
It was my lucky day to have this rare opportunity that the Art science Museum exhibits The Mummy: Secrets of the Tomb. Since long that I wanted to see with my own eyes this kind of exhibition. They have the real mummies inside and many articles were also exhibited. I love mummy !
We went there when the Lego exhibit by Nathan Sawaya was in town. (A few months back, we were there for the Andy Warhol exhibit). What an amazing collection! It renewed my love for Lego blocks! My son's love for Lego blocks was re-ignited! We both became reminiscent of his Lego days as a child. The ArtScience Museum is definitely a place to be inspired creatively!
Good: -My first time there, it was the TITANIC exhibition & it blew my mind off! It was a world class display worth every cent of my time!!! -My second visit was for the MUMMY, which was good because it was brought in from another museum...but to be honest...it was over-rated & not worth the visit. -Impressed the curators always keep on bringing in exhibits that not only interest me, but are CAPTIVATING & make for good phototaking opportunities. Bad: -I find $14 for a child ticket expensive. -Carpark is expensive. -Though the expensive entrance ticket, it is worth visiting it because of the unique exhibition it has. http://www.marinabaysands.com/Singapore-Museum/Ticketing/ Visited November 2012
Marina Bay Sands: You either love it or hate it. I'm more in the latter camp. Although the ArtScience Museum is brought to us by the same architect who built MBS, I will admit that I really like this structure. How can you not be inspired by an awesome lotus shaped building?! I wasn't sure what to expect from a museum that fused art and science together. But once I watched the well-put together introduction piece that they present on the top floor, I immediately saw how art and science are related. It was pretty mind blowing to see how the creations of artists and scientists before us were innovative for their time, and why you can't have science without art and vice versa. I decided to check out all of the exhibits, but I was only a fan of The Art of the Brick, which showcased artist Nathan Sawaya's sculptures, all made of Lego bricks. Some of the biggest sculptures were built with over 80,000 Lego bricks, so it's definitely a sight to see! Since I only liked one of the three current exhibits, I maintain a 4 star Yelp rating overall. Hopefully there will be more future exhibits that'll interest me so I'll have a reason to visit this beautiful building again.
The first museum that combined with the feels and sense of art and science. Worth to explore and visit.