The Royal Selangor Pewter Museum in Singapore is a museum exclusively dedicated to objects made from pewter, an alloy of copper, antimony and tin and which is distinctive to the Southeast Asian region. The Royal Selangor Pewter Museum houses a range of 75 ornamental and useful pewter items right from oil lamps to tobacco boxes to Chinese lanterns, beautifully decorated with lotus-motifs. The Royal Selangor Pewter Museum has a collection of century-old tools used for making pewter items and also imparts demonstrations on the traditional art of pewter-making. The Royal Selangor Pewter Museum is located at the River Valley Road in Clark Quay.
Location: Royal Selangor Pewter Museum,
3A River Valley Road
#01-01 Clarke Quay
Opening Hours: Daily from 9.00a.m.to 9.00p.m. Admission Charges: S$2 per person
Tour time: 30 minutes
Telephone No.---(65) 6268 9600
Fax No.---(65) 6268 6300
Exhibits at the Museum:Ornamental and useful Pewter items Distinctive Feature: The Royal Selangor Pewter Museum is the first museum in the world, exhibiting 800 pewter items and pewter-making tools.
Disclaimer: The data provided here is based on the facts and research using available sources. As the data is made available on "as is" basis and subject to change anytime. This website shall not be liable for any discrepancy found in the data on our site and actual figures.