Learn about Singapore’s history and trading ports at the Maritime Experimental Museum through interactive exhibits, life size ships and a typhoon in a 4D theatre. You can also visit SEA Aquarium which is located in the same complex.
- Giant Ship – As you walk through the entrance, you’ll be welcomed by a replica of Bao Chuan, a giant ship from the 15th century. A brief animated film is played on the front part of the ship to introduce visitors to Singapore maritime history.
- Historic Exhibits – Well designed exhibits throughout the museum are on display including Zheng He Exhibits, The Souk marketplaces, Jewel of Muscat, Maritime Archaeology Gallery, and 15th Century Bakau Shipwreck Collection.
- 4D Typhoon Theater – Journey into a typhoon on board a 9th century vessel. A 360 degree theater and 4D special effects will bring this trip to life. No photos are allowed to be taken inside the theater.
Note: This is extra cost during peak periods. Price varies if you purchase the tickets on site and its generally more expensive than the $10 offer online. During non-peak periods, the Typhoon Theater will be included in the 1 or 2 day passes.
Purchasing a ticket for the S.E.A. Aquarium, Adventure Cove Waterpark or Universal Studios will allow you free admission to the Maritime Experiential Museum. The Typhoon Theater at this museum is a separate cost (from $10) during peak periods. You can check their site for peak and non-peak days.
|Attractions||Ticket||Adult||Child (4-12 yrs)||Senior (60+ yrs)|
|SEA Aquarium||1 day pass||$33||$23||$23|
|SEA Aquarium + Universal Studios||1 day pass||$96||$69||$54|
|2 day pass||$156||$114||$86|
|SEA Aquarium + Adventure Cove Waterpark||1 day pass||$59||$42||$42|
|2 day pass||$100||$68||$68|
|SEA Aquarium + Universal Studios + Adventure Cove Waterpark||1 day pass||–||–||–|
|2 day pass||$206||$148||$122|
- Typhoon Theater – If you can afford it during the peak periods, its worth experiencing the 4D typhoon as it leads into the SEA Aquarium.
- Food – There are food stores inside the museum, but there’s more variety and cheaper options in the hawker food court outside Universal Studios.