Singapore Maritime Gallery
||The Singapore Maritime Gallery tells the story of Singapore’s transformation from a thriving trading post into a premier Global Hub Port and the world’s leading International Maritime Centre. Seize the opportunity to experience our rich maritime heritage, while learning about the vital link between the maritime industry and our daily lives.
To ensure that our Gallery remains a safe environment for everyone, safe management measures have been put in place. These include the use of SafeEntry/TraceTogether upon entry and exit, safe distancing of at least 1 metre at all times and admission of no more than 5 persons in a group. Please wear a mask at all times. If you feel unwell, please do not visit the Gallery.
Due to the reduced permitted capacity, we seek your patience and understanding that there may be some waiting time prior to any entry into the Gallery.
Thank you for working together with us towards a COVID-safe Singapore.
Download the Singapore Maritime Gallery brochure here.
Click here to begin your virtual tour of selected highlights of the Gallery.
The Singapore Maritime Gallery is designed to be self-exploratory, and offers flexible learning opportunities about Maritime Singapore.
For Self-Guided Tour
Look out for these top 10 highlights as you explore the Singapore Maritime Gallery on your own.
Download the Singapore Maritime Gallery guide here.
For Ages 7 and Above
Find out more about Maritime Singapore through quizzes, puzzles and other fun activities when you visit the Singapore Maritime Gallery.
Download the Singapore Maritime Gallery Activity Booklet here.
The Maritime Singapore Education Series is a series of online learning guides aimed at helping you understand more about Singapore as a maritime nation.
Divided into four themes and 12 individual topics, each guide comes with its own informational write-up on a selected topic, with accompanying video links and fun activity for further exploration.
Suitable for ages 10 and above.
Click here to access the various issues.
We provide complimentary physical guided tours in English for Singapore residents for at least 20 pax. The tour duration will be one hour. Please submit your request here at least two weeks in advance. If you are keen on virtual tours, you may write in to email@example.com for more information.
Keep a lookout for events coming your way. For more details, please download the list of events here.
Tuesdays – Sundays
9am to 6pm daily
Closed on Mondays, except for Public Holidays
Singapore Maritime Gallery
Marina South Pier, Level 2
31 Marina Coastal Drive
Tel: +65 6325 5707
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 402 from there to get to the Gallery or take a 10-12 minute walk along the sheltered linkway.
NS28 (red line) Marina South Pier Station, Exit B
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.
Passengers of 40-seater coaches are to alight at the bus stop outside Marina South Pier building along Marina Coastal Drive.
Download the Singapore Maritime Gallery house rules here.
- Introduction to Maritime Singapore
- What Maritime Singapore offers
- Global Connectivity
- Pro-Business Environment
- Global Maritime Services
- Global Maritime Capabilities
- COVID-19 Information for Maritime Community
- Singapore Maritime Week
- Maritime Perspectives webinar series
- Public Outreach
- Maritime Careers
- Education and Scholarships
- Green Efforts
- Port Statistics
- Industry Transformation