Peranakan Museum Reopens
After four years of renovation, the Asian Civilization Museum’s sibling institution, The Peranakan Museum, reopened its doors on February 17. The Peranakan Museum will reopen as Singapore’s arts and cultural community emerges triumphant from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Peranakan Museum, a significant Singaporean institution housed in a historic heritage building on Armenian Street, is recognised for its thorough presentation of the various parts of Peranakan culture. The three-story building is home to more than 800 Peranakan artifacts.
Daily: 10am – 7pm
Friday: 10am – 9pm
The Peranakan Museum is located in Singapore’s Museum district at 39 Armenian Street. To learn more or visit the museum, visit Peranakan Museum (nhb.gov.sg)