Attack on Titan: The Exhibition invades Singapore come February

by Vera

As the second part of the final season of Attack on Titan reaches our screens via Netflix, its namesake exhibition, Attack on Titan: The Exhibition, also arrives at the ArtScience Museum come February. Fans of the manga and adaptation will not want to miss out on this arresting, immersive new attraction in town.


Exclusive artwork, storyboards & merch


From the manga’s infant days dating back to 2009 to where it is now, over 180 artworks highlighting the series’ iconic moments will be featured at the exhibition. Get an immersed in the battle between the Attack and Armoured Titan at The Great Titan Theatre as it plays across a 10-metre-long screen. There’s also never-before-seen artwork that you can get an exclusive peek at, ahead of anywhere else in the world.

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Aside from art, you can also get a better understanding of the thought behind the manga through interviews with creator Hajime Isayama as he looks back on the decade of work and time spent on developing the franchise. To remember this day by, there’s exclusive merchandise to bag home that lets everyone know you’re a fan better than anything else.

Anime & manga conclude

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This exhibition comes as a timely ode to the anime and manga’s departure, and is also a great chance for fans to bid their beloved series farewell.

“Today, I hope you enjoy Attack on Titan: The Exhibition and I would be happy if you continue to immerse yourself in the world of Attack on Titan and engage with the characters as you like,” said Isayama.

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Prices for the exhibition go at S$18 for adult Singaporean Residents, and S$14 as a concession rate. There’s also a family bundle available at S$50 for Singapore Residents, and S$58 for non-residents. Book your tickets here.

Attack on Titan: The Exhibition
???? ArtScience Museum: 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974
???? 10am–7pm (last entry at 6pm)
????️ 19 Feb to 3 Jul 2022

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