The villa museum holds priceless treasure of exquisite calligraphy works, 50 beautiful paintings and grand sculptures.
The museums's most important asset is a 2-meter tall bronze wall mural depicting Singapore's history from the 1840s to the 1940s. Artists came from China to make the artwork, considered Singapore's longest bronze mural. Attracting the cost of S$1 million, the expensive artwork depicts interesting scenes from the 1840s and the 1940s.
Several bronze statues have been dropped around the villa garden. Many of the idols are of the martyrs who helped Dr. Sun. Most important artwork is the meter-tall sculpture of Dr Sun. The museum also showcases water and oil color paintings and calligraphy by top artists. Photographs, artifacts and audio-visual equipments are also presented.
The villa was designated a national museum in 1994.
Two levels of galleries include:
» Hall of Peace
» Hall of Wisdom
» Passage of History
» Gallery of Endeavour
» Passage Through the Eras
» Nanyang Gallery
» Singapore Gallery
» Testament Gallery
The monument, formerly popular as Wan Qing Yuan, translated as 'haven of was the headquarters of the Chinese Revolutionary Alliance. The Alliance gathered support throughout South-east Asia for the revolution that brought the fall of Qing dynasty and heralded the rise of China as a modern nation.
12 Tai Gin Road (off Ah Hood Road)
Singapore - 327874