ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands Ticket
- Have an immersive, educational experience and learn about art, space, technology, and more at ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands
- The building’s form is made up of 10 ‘fingers’ anchored by a unique round base in the middle
- Fall in love with this experiential museum igniting all of your senses through exhibitions of light, art, science, and more!
- In its global premiere at ArtScience Museum, Virtual Realms: Videogames Transformed pairs six of the world’s most acclaimed videogame developers with six leading media design studios to create a series of large-scale, immersive installations
- Orchestral Manoeuvres: See Sound. Feel Sound. Be Sound is an unique exhibition that presents early Sound Art projects, different types of music scores and noise-making sculptures, through to contemporary projects that use digital, drawn and/or hand-made methods to make an object speak or sing.
- To ensure safe distancing, visitors to Future World: Where Art Meets Science need to book a timeslot prior to your visit here, visitors to Virtual Realms: Videogames Transformed, please book a timeslot here, visitors to Orchestral Manoeuvres, please book a timeslot here
- Booking of timeslot(s) is to ensure safe distancing of visitors only, tickets must be purchased to visit the exhibition(s)
What To Expect from ArtScience Museum Singapore Tour
Enter a world of wonder and discovery at Singapore’s ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands! Since its opening in February 2011, the ArtScience Museum has become a must-visit destination for both locals and tourists alike thanks to its iconic lotus shape, its massive size of 6,000 square meters filled with 21 different gallery spaces, and fascinating exhibits! Catch unique exhibitions that are sure to quench any thirst for knowledge. Discover the FUTURE WORLD: Where Art Meets Science, a long-term exhibit popular among families with children. Adult guests will love it as well! See the 16 different digital installations inside this kid-friendly gallery and watch in awe as the interactive displays take you on a full immersion at ArtScience Museum!
The game developers at the centre of the Virtual Realms: Videogames Transformed Exhibition are KOJIMA PRODUCTIONS (makers of the hit videogame DEATH STRANDING), Enhance (Tetsuya Mizuguchi and team behind Rez Infinite and Tetris Effect), thatgamecompany (authors of the meditative games Sky: Children of the Light and Journey), Tequila Works (the studio that made Deadlight and RiME), Media Molecule (makers of LittleBigPlanet and Dreams) and David OReilly (artist and creator of the games Everything and Mountain). Each developer has partnered with a different media artist or design studio including Rhizomatiks, FIELD.IO, The Mill, Marshmallow Laser Feast, onedotzero and The Workers to create six new commissions each driven by a distinctive theme: SYNESTHESIA, UNITY, CONNECTION, PLAY, NARRATIVE and EVERYTHING.
Orchestral Manoeuvres: See Sound. Feel Sound. Be Sound brings together 32 composers and contemporary artists from across the world to create a very different kind of exhibition whose works encourage us to listen more closely to the spaces we live in or visit. These artists ask us to imagine what music can be and how we might create it ourselves. This unique exhibition presents early Sound Art projects, different types of music scores and noise-making sculptures, through to contemporary projects that use digital, drawn and/or hand-made methods to make an object speak or sing. Some artists in the exhibition explore silence, you will also encounter singers who don’t sing and a choir of people you can’t see. This exhibition includes a piano that plays itself and instruments you’ve never seen or heard before. Try your hand at composing and perhaps take inspiration from famous composers who suggest you throw music around before you try to play it. Whatever journey you take through Orchestral Manoeuvres, music will never sound the same again.
Things to note
- These are popular exhibits so it is highly recommended to visit on weekdays and arrive early.
- Please be prepared to queue up due to capacity reduction measures amidst COVID-19, as well as during peak hours.