Singapore City Gallery
45 Maxwell Road, The URA Centre
Singapore 069118
  Monday to Saturdays: 9.00am - 5.00pm
Sundays and Public Holidays: Closed

Catch a bird's eye view of Singapore at the Singapore City Gallery, a city exhibition that captures our planning efforts in a nutshell. See the fascinating 11 by 11 metre architectural model, the only one of its kind in the world. Be a planner for the day and build your own downtown with interactive model blocks and much more activities.

Spread over two levels, Singapore City Gallery is Singapore's version of a city exhibition that captures our planning efforts in a nutshell. With more than 30 hands-on interactive exhibits, a visit to the Singapore City Gallery promises to be an enjoyable self-discovery of Singapore's planning journey.

There are ten thematic areas in the Gallery that includes Vibrant Cities, Periods of Progress, Conversations, Learning the Fundamentals, Planning Sustainably, Brush with History, Urban Design, Study Area, Distinctive Districts and Central Area Model.

Tours: Guided Tours are available. The recommended guides are familiar with Singapore's urban planning history and they have experience hosting leisure, corporate and educational groups at the Gallery. Fees apply. Email them through their website to find out more.

History: On 3 December 2004, the URA Gallery re-open with a new name - Singapore City Gallery.

Buildings in Singapore are a big part of our identity. That is why URA drew up a Conservation Plan in 1989 mapping out the criteria and methods for conservation, so that areas and buildings can be restored whilst still retaining the spirit and ambience of historic places and buildings. More resources can be found at URA website including The Concept Plan.

Address: 45 Maxwell Road, The URA Centre, Singapore 069118.

Information is correct as at 4 December 2016. Please visit the destination website for latest updates.