Attack On Titan: The Exhibition is in Singapore till July 3, 2022!

If you are a huge fan of Attack on Titan manga & anime, head over to ArtScience Museum and experience the series in a whole new way!


Attack On Titan: The Exhibition is in Singapore till July 3, 2022!

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Attack on Titan: The Exhibition has been held in Singapore since February 19! It is said to stay here until July 3, 2022! So, what are you waiting for?


Fans of the series will have plenty of time to enjoy the exhibition and experience such an immersive world where titans and human coexist!


When you enter the gallery space, you will be greeted by two different paths that will either take you to where the titans reside or to where the humans are. In the end, the two paths will converge eventually into the larger universe of Attack On Titan. How exciting!


Attack On Titan: The Exhibition is in Singapore till July 3, 2022!

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The exhibition is organised by SpaceLogic and presented at ArtScience Museum. It features more than 150 artworks by Hajime Isayama ranging from the manga's earliest days to the present. It also showcases new pieces that have not been displayed anywhere else in the world.


You can also get up close to iconic characters from Attack on Titan series like Eren, Mikasa, Armin, Levi, Reiner and Erwin.There are so much more exciting things to explore as you travel through the exhibition.


Let’s not be a spoiler anymore! Hurry and experience it first hand at:


Address:

ArtScience Museum, 6 Bayfront Avenue

Google Map

MRT:

Bayfront

Opening Hours:

(Daily)

10.00 AM - 19.00 PM

(Last entry at 18.00PM)

Admission Fees:

Singapore Residents:

Adult: S$18, Child: S$14

Tourists:

Adult: S$21, Child: S$16

You are encouraged to pre-purchase your tickets online before your visit due to limitation in venue capacity and timed entry to the exhibition. Each person is limited to 5 tickets per purchase.

To know more regarding the exhibition and to book a slot, you may visit here at ArtScience Museum

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References: The Straits Times (website)