Well worth a visit if you are curious about the history and culture of PI. The Cafe provided a varied menu for a prefect snack after the museum visit. Parking was a challenge though.
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The Museum provides a good peep at the creatives works and masterpieces of contemporary as well as Master Artists. The venue is very cosmopolitan with a nice cozy bar. Finger Foods and apperatifs are equally interesting. Its a welcome break from the usual shopping and...More
I really enjoyed the gallery of gold and artwork. The dioramas were a simple and interesting way to present the history of the Philippines. The virtual reality presentation of Jose Rizal's execution was harrowing and moving. The last thing I found intriguing was the exhibition's...More
Great museum lo learn about Philippines history, folklore and traditions - it has some nice and educational expositions that ate worthy to visit if you have 2h and like museums
This afternoon I was able to do a walk through of the museum and enjoyed both the gold exhibit and a clear history of the country on the second floor A nice momento is the diorama book at the gift shop for 75 pesos that...More
High class exhibits and good layout, though the building may seem a bit claustrophobic with its small corridors and low ceiling as compared to other similar galleries/museums. One of the best modern museums in the country.
We spent a couple of hours here at the Museum. The dioramas brought the history of the Philippines to life. It was very interesting. The gold exhibition was also excellent. We enjoyed learning about the Philippines pre-conquest, and how they used gold.
With knowledge, comes appreciation. Please take the time to visit the museum before touring the PI. One of my favorite is the 3rd floor, where the recent history of the country is depicted. It allows you to get acquainted with most of the towering figures...More
I've passed this museum many times when I go to Greenbelt to shop but never thought of visiting. I'm so glad I finally did! This museum is larger than it seems and houses an amazing collection of local artifacts and artworks. Definitely a must visit!
Makati City, aside from being the economic center of the Philippines and the hub of high end shopping malls, hotels and restaurants, is also rich in culture and history. A visit to perhaps its primary museum - the Ayala Museum - would suffice to demonstrate...More