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Explore the 200 years leading up to the establishment of an entrepôt in Singapore in 1819, beginning with the bustling world of trade in the East Indies that attracted the Dutch and British East India Companies from the early 17th century. The European entry into the region, for better or worse, was only part of its longer history. This exhibition is a telling of that story, and a reflection of the broader forces at play that culminated in the events of 1819.
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Photography / Video Recording Rules
- No Photography with flash
- No Video recording
- No Audio recording
- For further discount tiers, please call 6332 3659.
- Last admission into An Old New World: From the East Indies to the Founding of Singapore, 1600s - 1819 is at 6.30pm
- Tickets are only valid for the stipulated date and are valid for 1 day.
- Admission is free for visitors 6 years & below regardless of nationality.
Through National Museum Visitor Services Counter
S$13 per ticket for Non-Singaporean Students and Seniors (60 years & above)
[Verification: Full Time students with valid student pass]
Please note that random checks on concession tickets will be conducted at the point of entry.
Patrons unable to present proof of eligibility are required to upgrade their concession tickets to full price tickets.
S$13 per ticket for Tour Agent
S$13 per ticket for Group Booking with a minimum purchase of 20 Adult tickets. For groups larger than 20, 3-weeks advance booking with the National Museum required.