Haw Par Villa relaunches Hell’s Museum just in time for the spooky season

by Vera

As spooky season draws near, we’re bound to be on the lookout for on-theme things to do this Halloween. Although Ms ‘Rona has robbed us of many of our favourite traditions over the past couple of months, at least some things can still go on. Hell’s Museum, Haw Par Villa relaunches their revamped exhibition starting tomorrow (29 October 2021) and will dive into a re-opening weekend that’s set to be devilish.

Exploring themes such as death and the afterlife, Hell’s Museum will take a look into the unanswered questions, years of tradition, as well as non-tangible concepts that have boggled the minds of humans since time immemorial. It compares how death and the afterlife are viewed and interpreted across religions, cultures, and societies around the globe.

Also, it’s is air-conditioned to keep you cool amidst the fiery depths of hell. Here are some things you can expect from the immersive exhibition:

Entrance

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Mock burial

hell's museum mock burial
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Mock funeral

hell's museum mock funeral
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Mock grave

hell's museum mock grave
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Iconic Hell courts

hell's museum courts of hell
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Photo opportunities

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Schedule & Guide

Photo: Hell’s Museum
Photo: Hell’s Museum

Hell’s Museum stretches over 3,800 sqm and brims with plenty of learning and exploration opportunities regardless of your belief in the afterlife. However, do note that children aged nine and below are not advised to attend due to the graphic nature of some topics and exhibits.

Tickets go at S$18 per adult, and S$10 per child. Book your slot for hell, here.

Hell’s Museum
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📍 262 Pasir Panjang Road, Haw Par Villa, Singapore 118628
🕒 10am-6pm (last entry: 5pm) | Relaunch Weekend (29-31 Oct 2021): 10am-8pm (last entry: 7pm)

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