Singapore has moved into Phase Two: Safe Transition, and we're happy to announce that our museums and institutions will be resuming operations in a phased approach. Indian Heritage Centre will be re-opening on 3 July. As we re-open our doors, the well-being of our visitors and staff remains our primary concern. For your safety, safe management measures will be implemented during your visit. More details on these measures can be found here. Let's work towards a COVID-Safe Singapore together, and we look forward to seeing you soon!
5 Campbell Lane, Singapore 209924
Tuesdays – Thursdays: 10.00am to 7.00pm
Fridays – Saturdays: 10.00am to 8.00pm
Sundays/Public Holidays*: 10.00am to 4.00pm
Closed on Mondays
*The Indian Heritage Centre is closed on Public Holidays that fall on a Monday unless otherwise stated. Last admission to the galleries is half an hour before closing.
|Singaporeans & Permanent Residents
|Free admission for all Singaporeans & Permanent Residents (PRs)*
|Foreign Residents & Tourists
(20% discount for group of 20 pax and above)
(60 years old and above)
(Free admission for children under 6 years old)
|Persons With Disabilities
|1st Caretaker of PWD
|Family Package of 5
(Not exceeding 3 adults per family)
*A valid identification card must be produced upon request
Bus stop (#07031) at Serangoon Road, in front of Tekka Centre
23, 64, 65, 66, 67, 131, 139, 147, 857
Bus stop (#07539) at Sungei Road after Serangoon Road
48, 56, 57, 131, 166, 170, 640, 960, 980
Little India MRT Station, Exit E
Entrance to the building is located on Campbell Lane. The nearest drop-off point is located at Clive Street.
Parking facilities are available on Upper Dickson Road, Tekka Centre basement and nearby street lots.
Wheelchair access ramps are located at the front of the building on Campbell Lane and on the side of the building next to Clive Street.
Access to the galleries is available via elevator located on Level 1 lobby, next to the Visitor Services Counter.
Bathrooms for wheelchair access are located on Levels 2, 3 and 4.
Photography and Videography
Still photography for private, non-commercial use as a visitor to the museum is allowed. The use of a flash and tripod is prohibited. Video filming is only allowed with authorisation from Indian Heritage Centre. News photographers and videographers, producers from the media industry and social media bloggers are required to provide details at NHB_IHC@nhb.gov.sg.
Before visiting the Centre, it is important to understand the museum etiquette and proper guidelines to follow. This is to ensure that your experience in the museum will be an enjoyable and fruitful one. Learn more by watching this fun video!