Housed in the Bowyer Block, an architectural landmark in the Outram Campus, the SGH Museum is a repository of artefacts and records, where visitors can trace the long and rich history of the Singapore General Hospital. It is also a place where one can learn about the development of medical specialties and medical education in Singapore, presented in the latest state-of-the-art audiovisual and multimedia technology.
The SGH Museum was officially opened by President S R Nathan on 20 May 2005.
The Museum adopts a thematic approach in presenting the Hospital’s history of more than 180 years, where visitors get not just an insight into the significant development of the hospital through the years, but also an understanding of the impact these incidents have on the people and the community.
Visitors are encouraged to freely explore the various interactive exhibits and learn about the changing role of the healthcare services in Singapore, as well as a greater understanding of the history, medical breakthroughs and luminaries of SGH.
10 AM – 6 PM, Mon – Sat (Closed Sun and Public Holidays)
The SGH Museum accepts group bookings for a maximum of 20 persons. Schools interested in an educational tour of the SGH Museum are requested to submit an advanced booking at Tel: (65) 6326 5294 or email: email@example.com
The Bowyer Block at Singapore General Hospital
Please refer to the map in the website link given below.