Law of the Land: Highlights of Singapore’s Constitutional Documents explores the history and development of Singapore’s constitution from Singapore’s founding as a British settlement in 1819 to its emergence as a sovereign republic in 1965. The exhibition features rare constitutional documents from the collections of the National Archives of Singapore and the National Library, Singapore. The documents capture key moments in Singapore’s constitutional history and also throw light on milestones in our island-nation’s history.
The exhibition is organised by the National Archives of Singapore and the National Library Board, and is held at the historic former Chief Justice’s Chamber and Office at the National Gallery Singapore.
Join our curator-led Insights Tours. All tours are free and conducted in English.
4th Friday of each month, excluding Public Holidays
Meeting Point: Padang Atrium, Information Counter Level 1. There are 20 places available on a first come, first served basis. Register at www.nlb.gov.sg/golibrary.
Note: All tour participants must first go to B1 ticketing to get an admission sticker. Please note that standard admission charges apply