Attack on Titan Exhibition Arrives at Singapore ArtScience Museum in February

Attack on Titan fans, you can't miss this immersive experience!
By: Ria Mirano
January 19, 2022

Fans of the hit international best-selling manga and anime series, Attack on Titan, are in for an interactive and unique experience with the Attack on Titan Exhibition. It will be making its first overseas debut at Singapore’s ArtScience Museum this February 19.

Attack on Titan or also known for its Japanese title, Shingeki no Kyojin, is a critically acclaimed dark fantasy series written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama that has garnered a solid global fanbase. It is set in the post-apocalyptic time wherein humanity is on the brink of extinction, living inside walls as they struggle to fight against mindless but powerful man-eating humanoids known as Titans. 

Despite the series’ story coming to an end recently, it continues to grow in popularity especially with the recent premiere of the fourth and final installment of the anime series on Netflix. The airing of Final Season Part 2 of the series coincides with the launch of the Attack on Titan exhibition – adding to the experience that fans will truly enjoy. 

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Attack on Titan The Exhibition

Fans and visitors alike will step into Hajime Isayama dystopian world with this exhibition. They get the chance to delve deeper into the fictional world; Explore the characters, the themes, the origins, and more – featuring the 180 artworks made by the artist. 

Draft sketches by Hajime Isayama with comments from his editor at Kodansha | Photo credit: ArtScience Museum

Moreover, the exhibition will showcase the beginnings of the story up until the present, where fans are treated to displays that have not been shown anywhere else in the world. They will get to see drafts and sketches from the artist’s archives.

The entrance of the exhibition, where visitors get to choose which path to begin their journey. | Photo credit: ArtScience Museum

The moment a visitor steps into the exhibition, they will choose between two paths to start their journey: As someone born inside the walls or as someone born outside the walls. The paths will diverge to show the opposing factions that will reveal the different aspects of the battle before they collide with each other.

3D Titans falling from the sky | Photo credit: ArtScience Museum

Further, into the exhibit, you’ll be able to witness Titans as they hang from the ceilings and across the walls. You will also meet the iconic characters like Eren, Mikasa, Armin, Levi, Reiner, and Erwin. 

View the world view of Hajime’s series as it unravels through the evolution of his art.

The Great Titan Theatre | Photo credit: ArtScience Museum

Another highlight of the event that fans can’t miss is The Great Titan Theatre. Watch epic clash between Attack and Armoured Titan unfold on a 10-metre screen.

The exhibition features panels from the manga series | Photo credit: ArtScience Museum

The Attack on Titan exhibition is presented by ArtScience Museum, in partnership with SPACElogic, to bring this cultural phenomenon to Singapore for the first time. 

To complete the immersive experience, fans will also be able to purchase exclusive Attack on Titan merchandise in the exhibition’s store and take Instagram-worthy photos of their fave characters and Titans in the photobooth.

ArtScience Museum’s Attack on Titan exhibition will run from 19 February to 3 July 2022.

Tickets and Reservations

Tickets for the exhibition will start selling on 20 January. Due to limited capacity and timed entry of the exhibition, make sure to purchase your tickets in advance!

Ticket prices below:

ADULT – $18 (Singapore Residents) / $21 (Tourists)

CHILD – $14 (Singapore Residents) / $16 (Tourists)

For more information about this exhibit and to book your tickets, visit here.

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