Orient Express Train Exhibition Coming to Singapore this December

Orient Express Train Exhibition Coming to Singapore this December

Fans will soon get to solve the mystery on board the Orient Express!
Orient Express Train

Image credit: Sistic

The Orient Express Train from the famous novel Murder on the Orient Express will be coming to Singapore this December. The exhibition, “Once Upon A Time on The Orient Express” featuring the famous train will be opening on 12th December at Gardens By the Bay. 

The attraction will feature two original 1930 train carriages and a 158-year-old locomotive. The train carriages are National Treasures of France. The exhibition is also set to be filled with numerous artifacts, merchandise, a restaurant car, an escape room, and more.

Exhibition Attractions

The Orient Express Train will stage interactive displays and interesting historical facts describing its journey from Europe to the Orient. 

The displays will include around 300 items and documents that have been gathered and restored to represent luxury rail travel. The items also include uniforms, shields, affiches, original Louis Vuitton luggage, and more. 

Mystery novel fans will also be thrilled to roleplay the famous Hercule Poirot and solve a case. This will a part of the Escape Room experience onboard the Orient Express Train. 

Additionally, there will also be breakfast, lunch and dinner served in a replica restaurant car. Luxury, history, and fusion were kept in mind while designing the bespoke menu. There will also be an Orient Express road cafe offering various coffee blends. 

Also read: New Harry Potter Museum Set to Open in Tokyo by 2023

Ticket Prices

The exhibition will take place from 12th December to 13th June 2021. 

The tickets are available under two categories. Individual tickets stand at $25 and family bundles consisting of two adults and two children stand at $88. The ticket sales will begin online via Sistic on 2nd October.

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