Changi Chapel and Museum Will Be Reopening On 19 May 2021

Changi Chapel and Museum Will Be Reopening On 19 May 2021
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After having been closed for renovations since April 2018, the Changi Chapel and Museum will be reopening its doors to the public on 19 May 2021.

Located at 1000 Upper Changi Rd North, the Changi Chapel and Museum is a commemorative site that highlights to the stories of those were interned at Changi prison camp during the Japanese Occupation of Singapore from 1942 to 1945.


Changi Chapel and Museum Revamped

Changi Chapel and Museum Revamped

The revamped Changi Chapel and Museum will feature new content and artefacts. These will presented to tell the personal stories, courage and resilience of the prisoners of war and civilians who spent their days at Changi prison during World War 2.


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Visitors will be able to explore stories of the internees through an enhanced immersive experience with new multimedia offerings which unveil the prison conditions.


Changi Chapel and Museum Opening Weekend

On the opening weekend, 22 and 23 May 2021, there will be specially curated guided tours of the Changi Chapel and Museum, the Changi Prison Wall and Eurasian Heritage Gallery.

Visitors can also join in storytelling sessions and listen to a recorded orchestral performance based on the experiences of prisoners of war.


Reflection & Contemplation

The Changi Chapel and Museum has always been a contemplative place where visitors can remember and reflect on the dark days of World War 2.

We last visited the museum back in 2017 before it closed. Read about the old Changi Chapel and our thoughts from the last visit here.

Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents will be able to enjoy free admission to The Changi Chapel and Museum. Tickets for foreign residents are $8 for adults and $5 for concession pass holders. All visitors will be able to enjoy free admission on the opening weekend of 22 and 23 May 2021.

For more information, follow the museum’s Facebook and Instagram.

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