Embark on a maritime voyage like no other

The Singapore Maritime Gallery explores Singapore’s rich maritime heritage, the vital link between the maritime industry and our daily lives, and how Singapore maintains her position as a global hub port and leading international maritime centre, while tapping on technology to remain world-class and future ready. 


Guided Tours

We provide complimentary physical guided tours in English for groups with at least 20 pax. The tour duration will be one hour. Please submit your request here at least two weeks in advance. Individuals who would like to join the guided tours can sign up via this link.

Getting Here

Singapore Maritime Gallery
Marina South Pier Level 2
31 Marina Coastal Drive
Singapore 018988


Opening Hours

Tuesdays to Sundays
9am to 6pm daily
Closed on Mondays, except Public Holidays

Tel: +65 6325 5707
Email: sgmaritimegallery@mpa.gov.sg

Admission is Free

We strongly encourage access by public transportation due to limited parking facilities at Marina South Pier. Alternative parking is available at Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore. Take bus 400 from there to get to the gallery or take a 10-12 minutes walk along the sheltered linkway.


Nearest MRT

NS28 (red line) Marina South Pier Station, Exit B


Coach Drop-offs

Passengers of 15-seater coaches and above are to alight at the bus stop outside Marina South Pier building along Marina Coastal Drive.


Driving Instructions

From East Coast Parkway (ECP) coming from Changi Airport, take Exit 17A to Marina South. At the traffic light, turn left into Marina Place and follow the road for about 2 kilometres.

From ECP coming from Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE), take Exit 17 and turn into Marina Station Road. Take the first right to Marina Way. At the traffic light, turn left into Marina Street and follow the road for about 3 kilometres.

From Raffles Quay / Shenton Way, head towards Central Boulevard. Take the right into Marina Way. Turn left into Marina Place and continue towards Marina Coastal Drive.


Download the Singapore Maritime Gallery House Rules here.