Hell Operating Hours

Wednesday to Sunday: 10am – 6pm

(last entry: 5pm)

Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays (Except Public Holidays)

Paid Admission – There’s a price to go to hell.

About the Museum

Specially curated displays provide comparative insights that will give visitors a better understanding of the commonalities across the world’s major belief systems – and how different communities around the world, as well as in Singapore, draw meaning from death and dying.

Stretched over 3,800 sqm, Hell’s Museum also provides a deeper understanding of Haw Par Villa’s infamous 10 Courts of Hell. Discover how concepts behind the graphic representations of sins and punishments in the afterlife evolved as ancient civilisations shared their cultures across time and space. Visit us for an eye-opening experience and have a hell of a time!

Interested in tours at Hell's Museum?

If you’ve already bought your admission ticket, but still want a better understanding of hell, make your registration for our tour as well!

Please make your additional registration for the tour at our Hell’s Museum Reception Counter. Subject to availability.

Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.

10.30am, 12.15pm, 2.45pm, 4.15pm

Book your admission tickets to hell here.

Operating Hours

Wed - Sun: 10am - 6pm (last entry: 5pm)
Open on all public holidays
Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays

Estimated Duration:

2-4 hours, depending on interest level. Your ticket gives you access to the museum up to closing time.

Ticket Price:

$18 / Adult, $10 / Child
Free for children aged 6 and under
(Not recommended for children under 9 years old)

Bring an umbrella

Part of hell is open to the elements. Bring a brolly in case it rains!

No food. No drinks. No pets.

(Pets go to heaven!)

Currently available only in English.
We’re working on translating hell into other languages!

Change in timeslot/date is only allowed on a case-by-case basis, and is subject to availability of tickets.

Submit your request to enquiry@hellsmuseum.com.sg.
Please allow 2-3 working days for our hell employees to get back to you – hell is a very busy place!

Tickets to hell are strictly non-refundable. There’s no turning back once you’ve decided to go to hell!

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Museum FAQ

1. Covid-19 Regulations

What Safe Management Measures must I follow in hell?

Yes, even hell is subject to Covid-19 regulations!

  • Up to 10 fully vaccinated hell visitors per group.
  • Unvaccinated children aged 12 years and below (i.e. born in 2009 or later) may be included within the group of up to 5 as long as these children are from the same household.

For your own safety, please behave and follow these regulations when visiting, otherwise, even hell will not welcome you!

I am an unvaccinated adult. Can I visit your hell?

In line with the latest advisory, if you are unvaccinated, only visitors who are medically ineligible for any of the vaccines offered under the National Vaccination Programme will be allowed to enter attractions and other premises where Vaccination-Differentiated Safe Management Measures (VDS) are required (e.g. F&B establishments).

They will need to present either a hard copy memo issued by a General Practitioner (GP) clinic, public or private healthcare institution along with a government-issued photo identification card or their TraceTogether app for entry into these premises. 

For more information, check out the advisory here.

2. Ticketing

Why are ticket prices set at the level they are now?

Your ticket price goes towards paying for the maintenance and survival of Hell’s Museum, and Haw Par Villa, as a historical and cultural site.

We are a private-sector company, thus, unlike other publicly-funded museums in Singapore, we have to rely on entrance fees to pay for the costs of running Hell’s Museum.

The current entrance fees are not only a reflection of the quality of the experience at Hell’s Museum, but also the true costs of operating a historical and cultural institution.

Thank you for your support!

How can I get tickets to Hell's Museum?

Purchase your tickets to hell online to avoid disappointment!

Tickets for each time slot are limited and subject to availability. 

Receive an e-mail confirmation and exchange them for physical tickets at the Visitor Center.  

Have a good time sightseeing in hell.

What does the ticket provide / cover?

Each ticket covers the admission into Hell’s Museum Complex, which includes our famous, or infamous, Ten Courts of Hell, for up to the end of the day! The museum closes at 6pm.

If you wish to join a tour, register with our friendly staff at the Hell’s Museum Reception Counter, located in the Lobby. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, subject to availability.

What is the age group for a child ticket?

A child ticket is required for children aged 7-12 years old. Kindly note that Hell’s Museum is not recommended for children below the age of 9.

Can I change my timeslot / date?

Change of timeslots are subject to availability! Please email us at enquiry@hellsmuseum.com.sg with a copy of your confirmation email attached.

Kindly allow 2-3 working days for our hell employees to respond – they are hard at work torturing, ahem, we mean, helping others!

I booked my slot for hell but I did not receive any confirmation email!

Please check your Junk / Spam folders. If you still have not received it, email in to our hell at enquiry@hellsmuseum.com.sg and our hell employees will help you out!

Kindly note that our hell minions will be on a short, well-deserved break this weekend after all their hard work and torture – they will respond to you in 2-3 working days!

Can I get a refund on my ticket?

Tickets to hell are strictly non-refundable. Once you’ve decided to go to hell, there’s just no turning back.

3. Suitability

Is Hell’s Museum suitable for children?

Hell’s Museum is not recommended for children below 9 years old. Kindly note that the Ten Courts of Hell contain sensitive and explicit scenes.

If you are a parent who has or wants to turn up with your baby or young child, we understand and definitely welcome you, but please be considerate to the other hell visitors and ensure that your child is not disruptive. 

Is Hell's Museum suitable for pets?

Kindly note that pets are not allowed in the Hell’s Museum complex, in order to keep our exhibits safe. Anyway, all pets go to heaven!

4. MUSEUM ETIQUETTE

Can I get a quick guide to your museum etiquette?

It’s already hell, so let’s make the experience as pleasant as possible.
Remember – you’re there for a visit, not to be condemned for eternity!

  • No food.
  • No drinks.
  • No pets.
  • No touching of artefacts.
  • No running around, shouting or screaming in hell (applies to both children and adults!)
  • No audio or video-recording & note-taking of videos and hell tours.

 

We reserve the right to throw out wrongdoers.

Good karma for those who are considerate to other hell visitors.
Extra good karma for those who are kind to our hell employees.

5. Tours

Do you have guided tours through hell?

Tours of Hell’s Museum are available for registration by ticket holders at 10.30am, 12.15pm, 2.45pm & 4.15pm. Tours are subject to availability.

Please make an additional registration for the tour at our Hell’s Museum Reception Counter, located within the Museum Building. Limited slots available. Registration is done on a first-come, first-served basis.

Can I book a private tour at Hell's Museum?

Yes you can!

Please write in to enquiry@hellsmuseum.com.sg, and our hell minions will get back to you with deals to die for. 

Where is the meeting point for guided tours?

The Hell’s Museum Guided Tours begin at the Lobby of Hell’s Museum. Be sure to make your additional registration for the tour at our Hell’s Museum Reception Counter to avoid disappointment!

Will tours still take place in wet weather?

Our museum tours runs rain or shine – bring an umbrella or poncho if you tag along.

However note that we may suspend tours in adverse weather conditions for your own safety (you don’t want to really end up in the afterlife)!

The management reserves the right to amend terms and conditions without prior notice.

Tour Etiquette

Wow, extra good karma for you, for trying to be a good person!

  • No audio or video-recording, and note-taking are allowed of guided tours and videos.
  • Please refrain from talking during the tour as it can be disruptive to other hell visitors.
  • Do give our hell tour guides your kind respect and attention, they’ve been through hell and back many times to deliver this tour to you!

6. Contributing to Hell’s Museum

How do I donate to Hell’s Museum some artefacts/videos/photos I have in my possession?

Please email us at enquiry@hellsmuseum.com.sg, using “Donation for Hell’s Museum” as an email subject title.

Thank you very much for your contribution! As a private sector company, donations mean a lot to us. We will love you from the deepest pits of hell.

7. Further Queries

Have further questions?

Should you have further questions that are not covered in our FAQ, simply drop us an email at enquiry@hellsmuseum.com.sg and our hell employees will be happy to assist you!

Kindly note that our hell minions will be on a short, well-deserved break this weekend after all their hard work and torture – they will respond to you in 2-3 working days!

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