|Your Guide to Museums in Singapore|
Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research
With over 500,000 examples of animals and plants from Southeast Asia collected over the past century, the Raffles Museum holds one of the oldest and finest collections of preserved biological specimens in the region. A large number of animal specimens were inherited from the National Museum. Although essentially a research facility, a small part of the collection is on display with the aim of introducing the visitor to the poorly known, yet diverse wildlife of Singapore. Some specimens represent species that have become locally extinct. Others represent species that are rare and endangered. Come and find out what they are.
Department of Biological Sciences, Block S6, Level 3, Faculty of Science, The National University of Singapore, Science Drive 2, Singapore 117600
6 874 5082
Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm
Saturday, 9am - 1pm
Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays
How to get there
SBS Bus no. 95 from Buona Vista MRT Station to the National University of Singapore. Alight at the second bus stop after the bus turns right into Lower Kent Ridge Road. Locate Science Drive 2 lower down the road and walk up to Block S6 (Science Library Building). The museum is on the 3rd story.
Drivers are advised to park their vehicles in Car Park 10, along Lower Kent Ridge Road behind the School of Computing.