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Thu 12 Apr 2007

Singapore Heritage Society Tour this Saturday

Category : education

This Saturday, members of the Singapore Heritage Society will visit the Raffles Museum for a special Saturday morning tour of the Public Gallery and collections. The society was established in 1986 and members have been active in publications, seminars, research, feedback to government and public debate on issues related to Singpore's history, built-up heritage and identity.

You can see they call it the "Raffles Collection" - this is a group familiar with the history of the museum and it will be fun to show them some of the old specimens, events since NUS took over and recent developments.

See the society's webpage at singaporeheritage.com.

This is the second of the special Saturday morning tours organised by the Raffles Museum for special groups. The first was for the biodiversity community, was held in conjunction with the NUS Open House.

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