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About the EventAbout the Event

We invite you to visit Eden Hall, the stunning Official Residence of the British High Commissioner to Singapore, in a community Open House event on 22nd June. A historical private residence, this is only the second time that Eden Hall will be made available for the public to visit and we encourage the community to bring family and friends to enjoy the occasion.

On the day, the Residence will be open to all in a directed route with materials on hand to further your knowledge. Please bring headphones if you wish to make use of an audio/video tour available via QR code. The gardens will be open with stalls selling food, alcohol and soft drinks.

All visitors must register for an access pass to this complimentary event on this website, choosing your preferred timeslot from the following options:

  • 11.00am - 12.30pm
  • 12.00pm - 1.30pm
  • 1.00pm - 2.30pm
  • 2.00pm - 3.30pm

Guests will be entertained by musicians from the exceptional British international schools in Singapore, with school performances starting on the hour:

  • 11.00am - 12.00pm: Dulwich College (Singapore)
  • 12.00pm - 1.00pm: Brighton College (Singapore)
  • 1.00pm - 2.00pm: Tanglin Trust School

Further information is provided in the FAQs below.


As of 4th June, the 11am-12.30pm and 2-3.30pm time slots are currently fully booked. Tickets remain available for the 12-1.30pm and 1-2.30pm time slots.

An offline waitlist has been opened by the British Chamber for guests who would like to attend in fully booked time slots where there is no space available. Please send your contact name, email, number of tickets required and preferred time slot to Ashni to be added to the waitlist. Note that being on the waitlist is not a guarantee that tickets will become available. Priority will be given based on the waitlist order of registration and to those who have not already secured any tickets.


Complimentary Guest Pass

Tickets to this event are free and we look forward to welcoming you.

All those who would like to attend must be able to show a registered access pass on arrival. You may book for a maximum of 6 people in a group. Please ensure you choose the right number of people for the group size you intend to bring.

Should you be booking for a group and find you no longer need your full ticket allowance, please contact the British Chamber team to release any spare tickets back to the wait list.

Individual Ticket
  • Standard PriceComplimentary


How do I register and access Eden Hall on the day of the event?

Tickets are first come, first serve through registration. All visitors must be prepared to show either a digital or print version of their access pass/registration. Tickets are transferable, to ensure the maximum number of people can enjoy the opportunity to visit Eden Hall. Registration is only via the British Chamber of Commerce website. 

Is there a waitlist?

A waitlist will be put in place for tickets once the available allocation is sold out. This waitlist will operate on a first-come, first-serve basis if any tickets become available. With anticipated demand, the waitlist will be managed manually by the team at the British Chamber of Commerce. The waitlist will not feature a choice of sessions. Should tickets become available, guests will be contacted with the available number of tickets and timeslot and a time-sensitive RSVP to confirm tickets. 

How do I transfer my ticket(s) to others?

You must keep the British Chamber team updated if you pass on any of your tickets to others. Please send the new contact info to and, clearly stating how many tickets you are transferring from your original booking. All those intending to visit the event must have a valid entry pass that can be shown to the team on arrival. 

I am receiving multiple confirmation emails

If there is a duplication with your booking the British Chamber of Commerce team will be in touch to ensure you receive only the maximum number of tickets per person, which is 6.

Can I change the time slot I am registered for?

We can assist with a change in allocated timing, but please note each session has a capacity limit for total bookings and your preference may not be available. Please contact and with your booking details and we will make the necessary change on our records for you. 

My plans have changed and I wish to cancel my registration

As tickets are transferable we encourage you to share your ticket with friends or colleagues who may wish to attend, notifying and of the change in contact person. If you wish to cancel, please notify us by the same email so that we can open up the tickets for those who wish to join via the waitlist. 

What is the dress code?

The dress code is casual. As part of the event is outdoors, please be prepared for both hot weather and any rain showers!

Will there be onsite parking?

There is strictly no parking outside or within the premises. The house is on a residential street with restricted access and no parking facilities. Guests should prepare to arrive and depart by taxi. Security staff will be on hand to provide assistance if needed. 

Is this an all-weather event?

Both the indoor and outdoor area of Eden Hall will be open for visitors during the event, with covering in place should there be poor weather conditions. We encourage visitors to dress for warm weather and to bring an umbrella, just in case!

Will there be wheelchair access?

As Eden Hall is a historic building, only the ground-level floor and outdoor area is accessible for wheelchairs. Unfortunately the second level is not accessible. If you will require wheelchair access please alert us on your registration form and notify the organisers in advance, by email to and

Can I smoke on the premises?

Eden Hall and the grounds are a non-smoking area.

Which payment methods will the vendors accept?

As some vendors can accept cash-only, we encourage visitors to arrive prepared for cash, card and/or PayNow payments. There is no ATM in close vicinity to the venue.

Can I bring a stroller to Eden Hall for my small children?

You are welcome to bring a stroller and an allocated parking area for these will be prepared. Strollers are not allowed inside Eden Hall.

Can I bring pets?

This event has a no-pets policy.

Will there be a guided tour?

The British High Commission team will be on hand to answer your questions, with printed materials and QR codes along the route for further information. A video tour of the artwork on display is also available. 



Special Thanks To

F&B Partners

Video Tour Partner


Eden Hall

28 Nassim Road

No guest parking is available on Nassim Rd, please use public transport. You are discouraged from bringing large bags as there are no storage. Stroller parking will be available. If you require any special assistance, please inform us in advance.


If you have any questions please contact Ashni Degamia at