The National Museum is the cultural repository center of the Philippines that preserves our country’s rich artistic, historical, and cultural heritage. Inside the National Museum lies the national cultural treasures of the Philippines – a collection of the best of the best – a collection of thousands of fine art and natural history pieces from all over the Philippines.

Facade of the National Museum

The About Me section of National Museum :p

Are you ready to see what’s inside the National Museum? Let’s go!

Introducing Dr. Jose Rizal to the younger generation is much easier to do here

One of my favorite art pieces
“Nino Gritando” by Isabelo Tampinco

And of course, do not ever miss this…

The Spoliarium by Juan Luna (1884)
Seeing The Spoliarium up close was just too overwhelming

Start them young

Entrance fees are as follows: Php150 for adults, Php120 for Senior Citizens, and Php50 for students.

Good news! Admission to the National Museum is FREE to the public for the whole month of October. This is in line with the celebration of “Museums and Galleries” every October (Proclamation No. 798 by former President Corazon Aquino).

For more information, you can visit their official website, http://www.nationalmuseum.gov.ph. The National Museum is located at P. Burgos Drive at the Old Finance Building, Rizal Park, Manila and is open from Tuesdays to Sundays from 10:00AM-5:00PM. You may also check their official Facebook Page here.

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  1. Wow! National Museum. I'll be joining my niece's field trip there! exciting!Pero hmmm…libre pala entrance sa National Museum this October pero ang mahal ng bayad sa field trip. LOL! Sige ok lang para sa bayan naman to. Excited to see The Spoliarium! 🙂

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