Many of you might not be aware, but Singapore in the 1920s-2000s was a haven for amusement parks. The most popular amusement parks back in the day was known as the Three Worlds, namely: Great World Amusement Park, New World Amusement Park and Happy World.
Though these amusement parks are long gone, you can still reminisce on the good ol’ days with the new New, Great and Happy: The Amusement “Worlds” of Singapore exhibition at National Museum of Singapore! The exhibition will expound on the rich history of these three amusement parks, and you’ll even get to play some of the old-school games and rides, courtesy of Uncle Ringo! Even if you’re not coming to the exhibition in person, you can still get the experience via the Digital Amusement Park here!
To visit the exhibition, pre-register here as walk-in slots are limited. Admission to the exhibition at Stamford Gallery is free, but you’ll need a valid admission ticket to enter the museum. Tokens for rides and games are also available to purchase separately in the exhibition itself.
Dates: Now till 9th January 2022
Admission: Free (ticket to enter the museum required)
Address: 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897
Opening Hours: 10am-7pm daily