Avid fans and new followers of Hajime Isayama’s Attack on Titan — get ready to step into the colossal world of titans. Organised by SPACElogic, Attack on Titan: The Exhibition is currently showing at ArtScience Museum and marking its debut in Southeast Asia! Based on the best-selling Japanese manga series, the exhibition should not be missed as it showcases his creation and visionary imagination. Here are some reasons why!

Get All Pumped Up Before You Step In

Check out the special message from the author himself, Hajime Isayama, welcoming fans to the exhibition (available in both Japanese and English)! Plus, don’t miss the opportunity to have souvenir photos taken on the special green screen. Your snaps will be inserted into a selection of Attack on Titan: The Exhibition manga frames, putting you in the middle of all the action!

Choose your Destiny!

Challenge your perception of the story as you choose to explore it from within or from outside the walls! Your choice can very well affect how you see the story, from the point of view of the Eldians, the Marleyans, and the hapless bystanders caught in the middle.

Dive Deep into the Lore

Expand your understanding of the AOT universe, dive deep into the original story, and look back at the latest season, as we await the conclusion of The Final Season coming out in 2023. Discover minute details left out in the show — as you pore over 150 pencil sketches, draft panels, and even side commentary from Isayama himself.

Check out unique artefacts created by the Attack on Titan: The Exhibition team to Isayama’s exacting standards, and discover a few surprises along the way (hint: Mikasa’s famous scarf was originally a different colour from what was in the anime adaptation)!

Enjoy Highlights Not Included in the Original Japan Run

Attack on Titan: The Exhibition at ArtScience Museum is the first in the world to feature elements all the way to the end of the manga! It includes never-before-seen sections that were not included in the Japanese run, as those events were scheduled before the conclusion of Isayama’s unique story.

A Visual Playground Perfect for your Socials

The exhibition is not just a feast for the eyes, but also a feast for your social feed! It features special photo spots where you can interact with various exhibition elements — don’t forget to tag your friends and fellow AOT fans!

Load up on Souvenir Merchandise!

Attack on Titan: The Exhibition will also feature exclusive Singapore-only merchandise not sold during the Japanese event — making it a must-buy even for fans who have been to the exhibition before!

Attack on Titan: The Exhibition will run from 19 February to 3 July 2022 at ArtScience Museum, located in Marina Bay Sands (quickest access is via Bayfront MRT). Get your tickets now!

Tickets and Reservations

Tickets are available for purchase at ArtScience Museum Box Office at Basement 2 or online. Due to limited capacity and timed entry to the exhibition, guests are also strongly encouraged to pre-purchase tickets online prior to their visit.

Tickets are priced at Adult: SG$18, Concession: SG$14, and Family: SG$50 for Singapore Residents, and Adult: SG$21, Concession: SG$16, and Family: SG$58 for Standard Tickets.

For more information, visit the official Attack on Titan: The Exhibition page.