Formerly known as the National University of Singapore Museum, NUS Centre for the Arts Museum  was opened in 1997. It is now under the responsibility of NUS Centre for the Arts.

With over 7,000 years of rich Chinese culture here, you will definitely be charmed by the Chinese Art exhibition that goes on till 31 August 2006.

A variety of jades, ceramics, oracle bones and bronzes tell the phenomenal story behind one of the world’s greatest civilisations. Immerse yourself in three outstanding galleries – the Lee Kong Chian Art Museum, Ng Eng Teng Gallery, and South & Southeast Asian Gallery. A new annex for contemporary art will open in 2007.

General Information

Address : University Cultural Centre Annex, NUS,
50 Kent Ridge Crescent, Singapore 119279

Tel : (+65) 6516 4616/17
Web : www.nus.edu.sg/museums
Opening Hours : 10am - 5pm (Mon-Sat), Closed (Sun & Public Holidays)
Admission Fee : Free
Tours : Please contact the museum to arrange for tours (Mon-Fri), 2pm - 3pm (Sat, selected galleries only).

Written by:
Editorial Team