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The photo opportunities start even before you enter the museum as the building is shaped like a giant camera where you'll walk through the "camera lens" to enter.
As expected from the name of the museum, it's home to vintage cameras, with around 1000 cameras in display including replicas of the world's biggest camera, the Mammoth camera.
Vintage Camera's Museum also has other unique cameras on display like a walking stick camera, spy cameras, pigeon cameras, 3D camera and pistol cameras. There's also a rare collection of photographs featuring interesting facets about photography including an authentic replica of the first ever photograph taken.
There's also another photo op outside the museum with two giant arms holding a camera.
Tickets are priced at $20 for adults and $15 for children and seniors.
The museum has a great location too, about a 6-minute walk from Bugis MRT Station. While you're at the Bugis area, you can check out Gelam Gallery, one of our picks of 15 lesser known Insta-worthy spots and have lunch or dinner at Ginger, a gorgeous garden-themed restaurant.
Vintage Camera's Museum
Address: No. 8c & 8D Jalan Kledek, Singapore 199263 (Nearest MRT Station: Bugis)
Opening hours: 10.30 am to 7.30 pm daily
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Text by: GirlStyle SG