Directions and how to go Gillman Barracks from Redhill or Queenstown MRT Stations.
Set amidst lush tropical greenery and iconic historical sites, Gillman Barracks is a contemporary arts precinct in Singapore. It takes its name from the colonial British military barracks in which it is based. Built in 1936, these barracks named after general Sir Webb Gillman of the British army.
Now, the barracks are occupied by leading Singapore-based and international art galleries; art organisations such as Art Outreach and Playeum – Children’s Centre for Creativity; and a selection of fine dining establishments.
The site is also home to the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore (NTU CCA Singapore). NTU CCA Singapore’s combination of research, education, exhibitions, and international artist residencies creates a ripple effect in the Singapore art world, breathing in a range of influences and inspirations, and exhaling new, more powerful forms. Gillman Barracks sits at the heart of this ripple, feeding from and off this creative energy.
Gillman Barrack’s Restaurants: https://www.gillmanbarracks.com/dining