Where sports history meets the future. Come and explore a history rich with artefacts, memorabilia, interactivity and stories from the greatest legends in Singapore sport.
RELIVE THE HISTORY OF SPORTS IN SINGAPORE
Immerse yourself in sporting history with Singapore’s first sporting museum.
Here you’ll find an array of interactive exhibits dedicated to telling the stories of Singapore’s sporting legends.
Home to a truly unique collection of rare artefacts and memorabilia, the Museum is perfect for sports enthusiasts, little ones keen on learning, or anyone who’s interested to take a dip into the world of Singapore's sporting history.
TEMPORARY GALLERIES | BEGINNING OF A GOLDEN AGE OF SPORT IN SINGAPORE (LATE 1940s - 1950s)
This exhibition is held in celebration of the Golden Anniversary of Sport Singapore (1973 to 2023) and in conjunction with Singapore HeritageFest 2023. Immerse yourself in the remarkable stories of our leading Sportsmen and Sportswomen in post-war Singapore, and marvel at the artefacts that accompanied our athletes in their sporting quest which heralded a golden era of Sport in Singapore.
The museum is accessible to all those needing wheelchair access.
PHOTOGRAPHY AND FILMING
Flash photography and filming are not allowed in the Museum.
Grab your admission tickets to all ticketed exhibitions at the Visitors Centre to enjoy full-day access. Be sure to present a photo identification upon your purchase.
Weekdays: 10:00AM to 8:00PM
Weekends, Eve of Public Holidays & Public Holidays: 10:00AM to 9:00PM
(under 6 years old)
*Applicable for Singapore Citizens & Permanent Residents (Valid photo ID required)
The Hall Of Fame
The shrine of legends. Start the tour with our Hall of Fame - a large panel display honouring the achievements of more than 50 of Singapore’s greatest sporting superstars.
Building a Dream
Tracing back the roots of our great athletes, this nostalgia filled gallery of rare artefacts documents the origins of local sports clubs and associations that saw many Singaporean athletes rise to fame.
Chasing the Dream
Documenting Singapore’s nurturing of the next generation of sporting stars. This unique gallery chronicles the various initiatives and policies Singapore has adopted over the years.
The story of Singapore’s architectural marvel. Come and explore the story and innovation behind Singapore’s National Stadium.
Living the Dream
The journey of an elite sports person. This uplifting gallery illustrates the journey, the challenges of elite athletes and how their resilience and discipline led them to become a sporting icon.
Sport is a universal language - one that unites people from all walks of life. This gallery showcases memorabilia that celebrates our collective love of sport and the organisations that make sporting events possible.
Temporary Galleries - Beginning of a Golden Age of Sport in Singapore (Late 1940s – 1950s)
Our Badminton Greats
Did you know that the Thomas Cup was held in Singapore in the 1950s? This exhibition begins with an introduction of our badminton greats, including Wong Peng Soon, nicknamed “The Great Wong”, and his fellow compatriots who achieved success in the Thomas Cup from 1949 to 1955.
Champions of the Iron Game
In the early 1950s, weightlifting was a dominant sport in Singapore. Reminisce about the mighty show of strength from our early weightlifters which culminated in Tan Howe Liang’s historic silver medal at the 1960 Olympics.
Success in the Malaya Cup
Parallel to the sporting successes of our badminton team in the 1950s was the Singapore Malaya Cup football team. On display is the footcast of Mr Chia Boon Leong, Singapore’s only footballer to have taken to the field at the Olympics.