The museum showcases the history and development of Singapore’s naval forces, from its beginnings as the 1934 Straits Settlement Royal Naval Volunteer Reserves to the present day, Republic of Singapore Navy.

Opened in 1987, it is housed in a pre-World War II building that was used as quarters by the Royal Navy. Re-modeled to resemble the interior of a ship, with narrow walkways and portholes, the building is an unusual but interesting treat for visitors. Exhibits include antique marine equipment, historic photographs, and details of the sophisticated missile corvette vessels of the current Navy.

To cap the experience, catch the 3D show that transports you into the thick of naval action at sea!

General Information

Add: Navy Museum, Endurance Block 36 Admiralty Road West, Levels 1 to 3, Sembawang Camp 759960, Singapore 069118
Tel: (+65) 6750 5585 or (+65) 6750 5655
Opening Hours: 8.30am to 5pm (Mon – Fri), Closed (Sat, Sun & Public Holidays)
Cost: Free

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