Go to exhibition, you must! Star Wars Identities is finally in Singapore. Awaken your inner Jedi at Art Science Museum and get a chance to create your characters at this interactive exhibit!
Star Wars Identities will run from 30 January to 13 June 2021. It features over 200 artifacts from the original Star Wars films. Singapore will be the exhibit’s last stop so it is a must for you to visit before you forever miss your chance!
Ticket prices start from $20 and visitors are advised to get their tickets online before heading to the exhibition. Get your tickets here!
You can find authentic props, costumes, and even models of the ships you saw in the movies. Catch a glimpse of the original Han Solo Carbonite! Did you know that to make this prop, Harrison Ford, the actor of Han Solo, had to provide his face for the cast?
Have you ever wondered what it is like to stand beside Yoda, Darth Vader, Chewbacca, and Boba Fett? The exhibition offers you a chance to get a closer look at life-size models and costumes of these characters. This is as close as you can get to the actual characters in the movies!
You can even look through the creative process of the entire Star Wars universe through the artworks that will be on display! From storyboarding to costume designs, the exhibit will be every Star Wars fan’s dream come true.
Here is your chance to be part of the Star Wars universe! Visitors can go on a quest to find their identity within the Star Wars universe using an RFID wristband. Find out if you are a Jedi knight, fighter-pilot, or even a Wookie!
Although there are no restrictions as to how long a guest can spend in the Star Wars Identities exhibition, all visitors should expect to spend around 90 minutes. All entry into the exhibit is time-based so make sure you are not late for your allocated time slot!
All local Jedi-in-training must leave their lightsabers or any other replica weapons at home as they are forbidden in the exhibition. You can welcome to come dressed and cosplay as your favourite Star Wars characters, however, all forms or helmet or full-face Star Wars character masks are not allowed.
Get your tickets soon to experience the Star Wars Universe in person! Since Singapore is the last stop for the exhibition, you might not get a chance like this ever again.