Harry Potter Exhibition in Singapore

Harry Potter Exhibition at the ArtScience Museum, Singapore
Harry Potter Exhibition in Singapore started last June 2, 2012 and will end on September 30, 2012

After hearing about the Harry Potter Exhibition in Australia where some of my friends went to and bought Harry Potter souvenirs, going there was all a dream to me. When I learned that the Harry Potter Exhibition is in Singapore, I became excited and planned to visit the ArtScience Museum last June 12.

Ticket Prices

Ticket Booth at the ArtScience Museum
Ticket booth inside the ArtScience Museum

Adults
Harry Potter Exhibition Only – 24 SGD (20 SGD for Singapore residents)
Harry Potter Exhibition + Andy Warhol 15 Minutes Eternal – 28 SGD (24 SGD for Singapore residents)

Senior Citizen (65 years old and above)
Harry Potter Exhibition Only – 21 SGD (18 SGD for Singapore residents)
Harry Potter Exhibition + Andy Warhol 15 Minutes Eternal – 27 SGD (23 SGD for Singapore residents)

Children (2-12 years old)
Harry Potter Exhibition Only – 14 SGD (13 SGD for Singapore residents)
Harry Potter Exhibition + Andy Warhol 15 Minutes Eternal – 16 SGD (14 SGD for Singapore residents)

If you are an Andy Warhol fan, I suggest for you to include this rather than going to the Andy Warhol 15 Minutes Eternal on a separate day.

Please note that All-Access Pass and Singapore resident tickets are available in the Marina Bay Sands Box offices. We bought our tickets at the ArtScience Museum and the queue is very short since it’s a weekday.

You may also purchase your tickets online at the Marina Bay Sands Ticketing Portal

Picture Taking

Flying Ford Anglia at Harry Potter Exhibition - 1
Flying Ford Anglia

Picture taking is not allowed inside the exhibition area but you can still bring your camera with you. Thus, make the most of your visit by having your pictures taken with it. All Harry Potter Exhibition visitors will be asked to have their photos taken by the staff of the ArtScience Museum staff. You will be given a Gryffindor Scarf and a wand for the picture taking. You will be given a claim stub. If ever you like your photo, of course, you need to pay for it. 😀

Inside the Exhibition Area

Harry Potter movie posters at Harry Potter Exhibition - 2
Harry Potter movie posters

One thing that you would love to probably experience inside is to get sorted. Two kids who got sorted chose Gryffindor which I think is what would most kids prefer hehe. If you’re first in the line to get in, you should volunteer yourself. 😀

The tour is not guided. You will explore on your own. I haven’t tried the optional audio guide that they provide for a fee (12 SGD). But if you have the money to spend, try it. 😀 You will be provided with a gadget where you will be able to listen to the narrations. You have to return it at the end of the exhibition.

I guess it will take you around one hour to explore. This will depend on how long do you explore sections of the exhibition.

Souvenir Shopping

Souvenirs from the Harry Potter Exhibition
Various souvenirs

There are a lot of things to buy in the Harry Potter Exhibition. There are shirts, hoodies, scarves, mugs, etc. I think it’s worth it to purchase a wand (the authentic replica and not the toy wand). Each wand costs 75 SGD. I got the Albus Dumbledore wand. It comes in a box with a little document inside verifying its authenticity. 😉

I also got a Chocolate Frog. The Chocolate Frog contains one piece of chocolate with krispies and a hologram card. Another goodie that you should purchase is the Bertie Bott’s Every Flavor Beans. It has weird flavors such as Vomit, Soap, Dirt, Booger, etc. 😀

ArtScience Museum

Marina Bay Sands and Helix Bridge - 3

The ArtScience museum is just easy to spot. It’s just outside The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. The lotus-shaped structure on the right is the ArtScience Museum. Isn’t it a beauty? 🙂 The ArtScience Museum is open daily, from 10am to 10pm (including public holidays).

Address:
10 Bayfront Avenue
Singapore 018956
(65) 6688 8868

1 thought on “Harry Potter Exhibition in Singapore”

  1. I remembered there were some games like:1. Zero point by using rubebr bands to make a string and jump across it. I was really amazed when a person was able to jump so high especially when the string of rubebr bands was above the head.2. Marble game. Everyone will contribute 1-3 marbles and we will draw a circle around the marbles. Then we will use our marbles on hand to hit onto the group of marbles. If any marble roll out from the drawn circle, it will become his and he could take it away.3. Humtum balla. We will use a tennis green ball and hit onto a person. Anyone who pick up the ball can hit onto another person. The ouch factor is high if being hit by the ball!4. Zombie game. I forgot how this was played but vaguely remember there’s such a game. It was like a touch and run game.The games that we used to play were interactive in a way that we are able to interact with one another. Those were the days!

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