Tickets for opening month of The Bicentennial Experience available from 17 April

Artist impression of the Time Traveller multimedia show for the Singapore Bicentennial event, From Singapore to Singaporean: The Bicentennial Experience, to be held at Fort Canning Park. (PHOTO: Singapore Bicentennial Office)

SINGAPORE — Tickets for the main event of the Singapore Bicentennial celebrations – From Singapore to Singaporean: The Bicentennial Experience – will be available from 10am on Wednesday (17 April).

The showcase event will be held at Fort Canning Park from 1 June to 15 September, and will bring to life Singapore’s momentous evolution from 1299, shaped by wider regional and global shifts.

It comprises two sections: Time Traveller, an hour-long immersive, cinematic ticketed experience within the Fort Canning Centre; and Pathfinder, a free-and-easy exploration through interactive pavilions within the greenery of Fort Gate.

Indoor multimedia show and outdoor pavilions

Time Traveller is a five-act, indoor multimedia re-telling of Singapore’s 700 years of history, with the audience able to experience the sights, sounds and drama of formative events that shaped the country.

Visitors can the show at regular intervals throughout the day: On Mondays from 8.30am to 5.30pm, and Tuesday to Sundays from 8.30am to 10pm.

Pathfinder, on the other hand, is a series of pavilions where the visitor can learn about Singapore’s place in the world across the centuries through artefacts, maps, flora and the written word.

This outdoor showcase may take visitors about 30 minutes or longer to experience. It will be open to the public from Mondays to Sundays, from 8.30am to 10.30pm.

An artist’s impression of the Pathfinder outdoor pavilion experience. (PHOTO: Singapore Bicentennial Office)

How to get tickets

Tickets are free of charge and on a first-come-first-served basis. However, the first batch of tickets released on Wednesday will be only for the month of June. Tickets for July, August and September will be released on the first day of the month before.

Interested members of the public may book up to a maximum of 12 tickets online each time. For those who wish to book more than 12 tickets per slot, they can write in to

Once a booking is complete, an e-ticket will be issued via email and will be used for admission at Fort Canning Centre. Details on larger group bookings, accessibility and more can be found on the event’s website.

The ticketing counter at Fort Canning Centre will be open for walk-ins from 1 June, subject to ticket availability.

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