Limited guided tour of the Former Supreme Court & City Hall (Updated)

Visit the former Supreme Court building and City Hall now, before they are converted into the National Art Gallery of Singapore in 2013! Many are flocking to sign up for the free 2-day only guided tours in October, before the buildings are closed for renovation, so you better hurry.

The Former Supreme Court building is one of the last classical buildings in Singapore

The historical City Hall with its Corinthian columns

The guided tours are so sought after because the iconic classical buildings will be finally opened to the public, and allow visitors to revisit historical moments of Singapore. For example, visitors at City Hall would be at the site where the Japanese troops surrended to the Allied Forces during WWII.

Visitors are entitled to a rare chance of viewing the Chief Justice's Court room during the tour

The tours are 90-minute long and are conducted in English, Mandarin, Malay and Japanese. Due to limited seats, do register right away!

To read more about the cherished Former Supreme Court building, click here, while you can discover more about City Hall here.

Update: Due to overwhelming response, ALL TOURS are now fully booked. The National Art Gallery is looking into accommodating more people, and has stated that those without registration can still walk into City Hall on their own!

However, the Former Supreme Court will still be out of bounds to walk-in visitors as it requires additional security.

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