The Changi Museum is dedicated to the Prisoners-of-War (POWs) and civilian internees who were incarcerated in Singapore during World War II.

The museum honours the memory of many who faced adversity with positive spirit and commitment. It inspires visitors with stories of courage and sacrifice that occurred during those painful years. It serves as an educational institution and resource centre for today’s generation.

For the POWs and their families, Changi Museum is a site that allows closure of the emotional scars of the war years.

General Information

Add: 1000, Upper Changi Road North, Singapore 507707
Tel: (+65) 6214 2451
Opening Hours: 9.30 am – 5pm (daily), last admission at 4.30 pm
Cost: Free
Guided Tours: English tours are available at S$8.00 (adult) and S$4.00 (child)

*Pre-arranged/Package tours and meals can be arranged.

Written by:
Micheline Doray