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We returned to the Civil Defence Heritage Gallery on Sat morning after a visit to the Central Fire Station for their regular open day. There's not too much to see in this small museum, but it's worth a quick look if you're already there for...More
You can finish going through this museum in 20 minutes or less since it's not a big museum, but it's still worthy to drop by since it's free and near the Philatelic Museum (50metres), Peranakan Museum (200metres) and the National Museum of Singapore (400metres).
The museum narrates the history of civil defence, but particularly the fire service in Singapore. There are numerous fire engines and appliances on display on the ground floor, and a more generic exhibition upstairs. The whole place is free admission, but there s a small...More
This was the third time i visited this place. Behind every artefact displayed here lies a story. While the Civil Defence Heritage Gallery showcases over 1,500 artefacts, it is more than just a historical museum. The gallery’s team share their real life experiences and stories...More
This is a small and compact gallery, and the exhibits showcase some of the events in the past as well as the older "retired" fire engines and fire-fighting vehicles. You can see that a lot of thought has been put into this place and the...More