Photo credit: MARINA BAY SANDS

Attack on Titan exhibition to be held at ArtScience Museum from Feb 19

Experience what it is like to be in the world of the Attack on Titan.

Charlotte Chang

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Published: 17 January 2022, 5:02 PM

Fans of Attack on Titan can start making weekend plans as Attack on Titan: The Exhibition will run from Feb 19 to Jul 3 at the ArtScience Museum. 

The exhibition coincides with the ongoing release of the second part of the final season of the anime.

Featuring over 180 artworks by the manga’s artist Hajime Isayama, the exhibition will explore the world of Attack on Titan through exclusive pieces that have yet to be displayed anywhere else in the world, as well as drafts and sketches from his archives from the manga’s earliest days to the present. 

There are also early concept drawings and storyboards with handwritten dialogue by Hajime Isayama himself.


💥NEW EXHIBITION💥 ArtScience Museum presents Attack on Titan: The Exhibition. Opening 19 February 2022, step in a world...

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Following the lore of the manga, visitors can choose to begin their journey from within the walls or outside, focusing on the forces at war with each other on either side.

Visitors will also get the chance to learn more about the series’ most memorable characters like the Shiganshina trio of Eren, Armin and Mikasa, as well as fan favourites Levi and Erwin.

One highlight of the exhibition is The Great Titan Theatre, where visitors will be able to witness the epic clash between the Attack and Armoured Titan, much like their many physical conflicts throughout the series. 

As the battle unfolds across a 10m screen, visitors will be presented with a spectacle set among the ruins of a battlefield.


In The Great Titan Theatre, visitors can almost feel what it’s like to exist in the Attack on Titan world. PHOTO CREDIT: MARINA BAY SANDS


The exhibition will also include an interview with Hajime Isayama, who spoke about the manga and reflected on the decade he spent creating it.

Exclusive merchandise that can only be found at the exhibition store will also be available. A photobooth at the exhibition will also allow fans to pose with their favourite characters and Titans.

Tickets cost $18 for adults and $14 for children, and will go on sale from Jan 20.

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