Hell’s Museum holding 1st year anniversary party with 4 events at Haw Par Villa Oct 28-29
There will be four ticketed events to celebrate the occasion.
In celebration of Hell’s Museum’s first anniversary, as well as Halloween, it will hold a birthday bash from Oct 28 to 30.
Located at Haw Par Villa, Hell’s Museum contains specially curated displays for visitors to learn about the commonalities across major belief systems in the world. It also seeks to provide a better understanding of the 10 Courts of Hell, an attraction that is part of Hell’s Museum.
As part of the celebrations, four events will take place during this time period. Here’s a quick look at them:
Hell’s Museum After Hours: Are you Afraid of the Dark?
Hell’s Museum will extend its opening hours to 12am from Oct 28 to 29 for this Halloween special.
Visitors are invited to dress up in their best Halloween costumes and head down to explore the museum after dark.
Visitors will be required to book a slot to participate in this event. Those who are pregnant or faint-hearted are advised not to attend.
Midnight Shift: Halloween Special
A special guest from Mord Records, a record label from the Netherlands, as well as a lineup of local talents will be at Hell’s Museum on Oct 28 to participate in the birthday celebrations.
The party will last from 10pm to 3am, so those attending may want to dress accordingly – especially if you plan to dance your night away.
Tickets are priced from $45 and can be purchased online.
Candlelight Halloween: A Chilling Night at Haw Par Villa
Candlelight’s first ever outdoor concert will take place on Oct 29 at Haw Par Villa. The performance will include songs from Stranger Things, The Addams Family and Beetlejuice.
There will be two performances at 7pm and 9pm.
Visitors have to purchase tickets to the concert, which include free admission to Hell’s Museum.
The Tiger Car Workshop
Haw Par Villa will host a Tiger Car workshop from Oct 29 to 30.
The Tiger Car was a concept from Aw Boon Haw, the founder of Tiger Balm. They were used as a marketing tactic for the product and prowled the streets of Singapore between the 1920s and 1930s.
While none of the original Tiger Cars remain, there is an authentic 1925 Buick that was restored and remodelled to resemble a Tiger Car and this workshop will give visitors an opportunity to take a look at its inner workings.
The workshop will also give visitors an exclusive look at Singapore’s first electric race car, the R22e.
It was built by engineering students from the National University of Singapore’s Formula SAE team. The car can accelerate from 0km/h to 100km/h in under four seconds, with a top speed of 125.4km/h.
Visitors will have to sign up for either the workshop’s 3pm slot or 5pm slot.