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  • Muse SG Volume 11 Issue 02

    muse sg vol 11 issue 2

    MUSE SG commemorates Singapore’s bicentennial with a four-part series that explores how our place histories have shaped and contributed to the Singapore Story. In this issue, we shine the spotlight on the heritage of Hougang, Whampoa, Chai Chee, Eunos, Tai Seng, Woodlands, Jurong and Orchard.

  • Muse SG Volume 11 Issue 01

    Muse SG Vol 11 Issue 01

    MUSE SG commemorates Singapore’s bicentennial with a four-part series that explores how our place histories have shaped and contributed to the Singapore Story. In this issue, we focus on the unique heritage of Toa Payoh, Bishan, Kallang, Yishun, Bukit Panjang and Punggol.

  • Legal Legacies: The Storeys of Singapore Law

    Legal Legacies: The Storeys of Singapore Law

    Some of the most architecturally-beautiful buildings in Singapore were purpose built for law enforcement. This book aims to tell a brief history of these buildings through the use of photos, architectural drawings and stories told by people who remember what it was like to work or be in these places.

  • Muse SG Vol 10 Issue 2

    MUSE SG Vol 9 Issue 1

    In this issue, we explore Singapore's past all the way back to the Neolithic era - learning how, despite the lack of documented history, there is compelling evidence that points to civilisations existing in Singapore and around the region some 3,000 years ago.

  • Conversation Starter Kit for Seniors: Series 2 - Lifestyle

    Conversation Starter Kit Lifestyle

    The Conversation Starter Kit for Seniors consists of a selection of 40 images of buildings, landmarks, scenes and objects from the National Collection to facilitate meaningful conversations between seniors and volunteers.

  • Conversation Starter Kit for Seniors: Series 1 - Places

    Conversation Starter Kit Places

    The Conversation Starter Kit for Seniors consists of a selection of 40 images of buildings, landmarks, scenes and objects from the National Collection to facilitate meaningful conversations between seniors and volunteers.

  • Connections: History and Architecture, City Hall and Supreme Court

    Connections History and Architecture City Hall and Supreme Court

    Connections: History and Architecture, City Hall and Supreme Court takes a look at two of Singapore's most prominent National Monuments. The histories of the buildings, their architecture as well as their transformation are presented in three parts.

  • Developing Heritage Corners - A Guide

    Heritage Corners

    A step-by-step guide on developing a heritage corner from setting objectives to maintaining the area.

  • Heritage Trails: A Practical Guide To Action

    Heritage Trails Book

    A heritage trail is a journey through a series of historical sites and places with the aim of discovering an area's history, culture, architecture, and flora and fauna. Trail explorers can make the journey on foot, on a bike and/or via public transport like buses or the MRT.

  • (Re)Presenting Histories: Experiences and Perspectives from the National Museum of Singapore (2017)

    (Re)Presenting Histories: Experiences and Perspectives from the National Museum of Singapore (2017)

    In celebration of the nation’s Golden Jubilee, the National Museum of Singapore re-opened in September 2015 after an extensive revamp of its permanent galleries. Featuring interactive, contextual displays and immersive experiences, the updated galleries seek to both represent and re-present Singapore’s rich culture and history, and encourage meaningful connections and conversations with its visitors. This book is an intimate glimpse into the experiences and perspectives of the National Museum’s curatorial team, as they undertook this ambitious project over the course of one year.

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