Eurasian Heritage Centre

The Eurasian Heritage Centre was established in 2003 to provide a better understanding and appreciation of the history and heritage of Singapore’s Eurasian community, which has been around since the 1800s when the founder of modern Singapore, Sir Stamford Raffles, invited Eurasians of Malacca and Penang to work in the Singapore British Administration.

The centre’s three galleries showcase artefacts such as personal belongings and household items belonging to the Eurasian community which emulate the traditions, lifestyle and culture of Eurasians in Singapore, including prominent Eurasian individuals who have contributed to Singapore’s nation-building efforts.

139 Ceylon Road 

Singapore 429744

T: 6447 1578
F: 6447 3189

Opening Hours
Tuesday to Sunday: 9.00am - 6.00pm

Closed on Monday

Getting There
MRT: Dakota

Bus: 16, 33 (Alight after Tanjong Katong Secondary School)

Walk-in visitors: Free

Group booking of 10 or more: $3 per pax

Guided tours (with a variety of tour packages) are provided by

Minimum group size of 20 for each tour.

Refer to website for more information.