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It was on International Museum Day that we got to take advantage of the free admission offered by Yuchengco Museum.
While I'm not really from Angono (I live in neighboring Binangonan), nakaka-proud pa rin whenever I see works of Carlos "Botong" Francisco being displayed at...More
The Rizal collection which is very unique among other museums, letters and even personal things of Rizal's relatives are need to visit. The suspende garden is also unique and must see here. By the way I was there because of the free admission since they...More
We walked to this museum. The entrance is inside another building. There is a big display outside the museum, of a tank, priests and people. We couldn't see the explanation. Inside there were 3-4 floors. We went to the top and worked downwards. $th floor...More
In spite of limited space, this museum has permanent and scheduled exhibits. Sometimes art, cultural and historical lectures are conducted by noted academicians and practitioners. The uppermost floor features the Yuchengco family's lineage through their artifacts. It is located in an ultra-modern designed building owned...More
Went here to appreciate the exhibit called Future's Past. It featured black and white photos taken by German photographer Sven Marquardt. This is where I spent most of the time during my short visit.
The museum is small and did not have a lot of...More
1.5 - 2 hours should be enough to cover this museum. Upper floor is a collection of Yuchengco family artifacts and Jose Rizal's memorabilia.
Other floors host Filipino arts - mostly contemporary, but also several works of renowned Filipino artists - Amorsolo, Hidalgo, Luna. I...More
Basically it's a shrine for the Yuchengko Family, some Rizal facts, a couple floors of good/average paintings, a good exhibit about Eduardo Castrillo, and a gift shop. The first floor is about Rizal and how he is a Player and loved a dozen women. Then...More
The small number of paintings and sculptures on exhibit at this museum should not dissuade you from investing about an hour to visit it. You'll get a good sampling of the works of Philippine Masters and and some of its leading sculptors.
The José Rizal...More