City Hall: If Walls Could Talk
City Hall, the former Municipal Building, opened in 1929 and has a long and colourful history. Completed in 1929, the building was constructed to house the Municipal Council and its various departments. It was later occupied by Japanese authorities during World War II, as well as government and ministry offices post-independence. Today, City Hall forms one wing of National Gallery Singapore. City Hall: If Walls Could Talk is an immersive experience that invites you to explore the rich stories of City Hall, spanning Singapore’s transformation from colony to city-state.
Visit www.nationalgallery.sg/cityhall to learn more about the exhibition.