The Changi Museum is a museum which is particularly dedicated to Singapore's history during the Japanese occupation of Singapore and theSecond World War. Initially, it was in Changi Prison Chapel but was relocated to its new home to Changi Prison expansion on 2001.
This Museum also serves as an important educational institution and resource centre. It is a site for prisoners- of- war that allows for closure of the many emotional scars inflicted by the war.
The Changi Museum attracts the visitor for The Changi Murals, painstakingly recreated which is original painted by Bombardier Stanley Warren. Visitors are also able to view screenings of ‘Changi through the Eyes of Haxworth' and 'Elizabeth Choy' videos.