Within the Waterloo Arts Belt is the contemporary sculpture space - Sculpture Square. Just a brisk walk away from the Singapore Arts Museum and other arts groups, visitors immerse in history as you enter the 16,000 square feet grounds of the former site of a late 19th century old Baba Methodist church. A treasured Singapore historical landmark, visitors delight in the charming play between space and nature. Sculptors find themselves at home in the sanctuary of shaded courtyards and cool gardens. Visitors enter the exhibition hall with reverence as others before may have had approached the chapel..

The pillar-free hall with a dramatic 9-metre ceiling creates the perfect place for displaying large works of art. Today, the hall is a treasured Singapore historical landmark. This 19th century old Baba Methodist church provides a tranquil environment for art-goers to contemplate on the exhibits. The bare walls and plain cement floors do not compete for attention with the exhibits. To ease installation of large exhibits, the doors by the loading bay accommodates a forklift to enter the hall.

Next to the Exhibition Hall is the Gallery. The Gallery accommodates smaller works of art for more intimate exhibitions. The meeting rooms on the second floor are ideal for private meetings and small classes.