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Occupying the almost 200-year-old building that was Singapore's first Parliament House, The Arts House has played an active role in the Singapore arts and creative scene for the past decade. As a centre for writing, writers and ideas, The Arts House...more
1 Old Parliament Lane The Arts House At the Old Parliament, Singapore 179429, Singapore
This is historic building now used as an arts venue. During the day it is open and free and usually not busy. I had the place to myself (with security guard). It only a few minutes to look round. It's right beside Raffles' landing point...More
This was a building I would have missed. Went inside the arts house with a free walking tour company, and was really glad I did. This is a building that had really witnessed singapore's history. the parliamentary chamber, in particular made me choked with emotions...More
On its own it's just a quiet colonial building with really well-maintained facilities, lovely architecture. But they always have events going on - can check out their website or get the hardcopy of their monthly events brochure to find out what's going on. Great way...More
The Art House at the Old Parliament is a very beautiful building. It is full of history.
It reminds you of the old colonial splendour that once graced Singapore.
Entrance is free and you can go in and see the parliament as it was. I...More
Went to see the World Vision - Hope Painting Exhibitions. The paintings were done by kids between 5 to 12yo and it was auction during a charity even to raise money for the World Vision to save kids living in poor conditions due to war....More
Visited the wonderful Arts House Exhibition with family, kids, friends and colleagues. Took a short walk down the Ancient British Colonel Buildings breezy and cooling evening, 5mins away from City Hall. Great night catching up with old friends for a sumptuous dinner and drinks.
I really liked this building. It's free to go in and mooch around and there are informational placards around on the first floor explaining about Singapore's history and the various events which took place in the building. It housed some important parliamentary chambers and offices,...More
The former parliament house is now a arts house but really no much to display other than the parliament chamber which still intact. And of course every visitor is looking for Mr Lee Kuan Yew seat. This is the most memorable for most visitors.
Attended a symposium at The Arts House. This beautiful building used to house parliamentary sessions and is imbued with much history. The walls are lined with photos and interesting snippets of information on the building's past.