The earliest building during the British colonial rule has now been transformed into an art house. There are some exhibitions throughout the year, and there is also a restaurant. There is also a theater upstairs that is worth visiting
Singapore’s first building during the British colonial period was built in 1827, but it is well preserved. It used to be the Parliament Building, but now it has moved to a larger space next to it. There are often painting exhibitions now.
[Value for money] Free visit
The old parliament building is one of the more historic buildings in Singapore, with more than one hundred histories. The Art House is a well-known art exhibition place in Singapore. There are exhibitions of different art here all year round.
Singapore’s Old Parliament House Art House, formerly known as Parliament House, was built in 1827 and is the oldest government building in Singapore. From the exhibits here, you can learn about many famous historical figures and the spirit of the Capitol. The current Singapore Parliament has moved to the nearby Parliament Square No. 1, and the original site has been changed to the current Art House.
Very old building, the exterior wall is white, it looks very classical, the inside is now mainly for holding some art-related majors, the first floor is a venue for exhibitions of various themes, the second floor is a music venue, and the exhibition hall is It is free to visit. There is a large open space in front of the building, and many tourists are rushing to take pictures here.
The Capitol building is very much like the European building
The Old Parliament Building was originally built in 1827 as a government building and the oldest government building in Singapore. This was once Singapore’s Parliament House, but now it has been transformed into the Old Parliament House Art House. Walking here is like walking into the corridor of time, you can feel the beautiful art, and it is an excellent place to appreciate art and experience art.