Sunday – Thursday: 10 am to 7 pm. Last Entry 6pm.
(Except for 13 October: Last admission is at 4pm. Exhibition closes at 5pm.)
Friday & Saturday: 10am to 10pm. Last Entry 9pm.
Family Days: 6 & 13 October (see Admission Rules for details)
Friday 4 October & 11 October and Saturday 5 October & 12 October: 10am to 10pm. Last Entry 9pm.
Approximately 1.5hour to visit the exhibition
Audio guides offering narration in English will be provided upon request (subject to availability).
- All visitors including children under 1 year old must redeem a ticket for admission.
- All children below 12 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
- Visitors who are unable to present their tickets will have to get a ticket at the on-site counter.
- Tickets are only valid for the stipulated date and time for 1-entry only.
- Please note that during peak hours, a queue may be expected at the exhibition entrance. Visitors will be allowed into the exhibition as soon as we can accommodate.
- Visitors are advised to retain their tickets throughout the show.
- Patek Philippe will host two Family days with a variety of children-friendly interactive activities, which will take place on Sunday, 6 October and 13 October, from 10:00am to 5:00pm.
Photography is permitted during the exhibition, however please use discretion while using flash photography, selfie-sticks and tripods to ensure the flow of the traffic and comfort of others is not compromised.
- All lifts within the MBS theatre are wheelchair accessible. There are wheelchair-accessible toilets on all levels of the theatre.
- Due to space and loading restrictions indoor, there is a limit of up to four wheelchair users at any one time.
- If the maximum wheelchair capacity for the exhibition is reached, we seek your understanding that subsequent wheelchair users will be rescheduled to the next available slot.
- Strollers/prams are not allowed into the Exhibition. There is a designated parking area outside. However, as the area is not monitored, please ensure that all valuables and personal items are removed from your strollers/prams.
- All guests may be subject to a search, including bags, clothes and other possessions whilst at Marina Bay Sands. Guests who do not agree to be searched may be denied entry or escorted off the property.
- Photographs, videos and audio records may be taken of visitors to Watch Art Grand Exhibition Singapore 2019.
- By visiting the show, visitors grant the Event Organisers full rights to use the resulting images and recordings without claims for payment or royalties.
- This may include (but is not limited to) printed and online publicity, social media, and press releases.
After 2012 in Dubai, 2013 in Munich, 2015 in London and 2017 in New York, Singapore has now been chosen by Patek Philippe as the venue for the fifth exhibition that offers in-depth insights into its universe and its creations.
From Saturday, September 28 until Sunday, October 13, 2019, collectors, aficionados of watchmaking artistry and the general public can immerse themselves in the world of Patek Philippe as if they were personally visiting the historic salons on Rue du Rhône in Geneva, the manufacture in Plan-les-Ouates, or the Patek Philippe Museum. It is a unique opportunity to cast a backstage glance at the last independent family-owned Genevan watchmaking company.
Taking place during the Singapore Bicentennial year, the Grand Exhibition underlines the importance of Singapore and Southeast Asia for Patek Philippe. These markets are not only significant when it comes to the numbers of collectors and enthusiasts based in the region, they also play a major role in building appreciation for the work of fine mechanical watchmaking.
This is why Thierry Stern, president of Patek Philippe, and his father, honorary president Philippe Stern, place so much emphasis on hosting this grand exhibition in Singapore and making sure it is an event of extraordinary proportions. It will showcase the launch of limited special-edition watches and an important collection of rare handcrafts timepieces that are inspired by the mix of cultural and artistic expressions of Southeast Asia and Singapore.
Contact > WatchArt2019@patek.com