Place for you to cool down maybe . Its hot in manila . So this place just to cool you down with the aircond .
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Cute place that is small and easy to traverse. Really enjoyed the art exhibit and the statues outside in front. Also the diorama section gave great insight into Philippines history from the beginning. Educational for sure!
Ayala Museum is a long way from the one in my childhood, which was of dioramas on Philippine history. Today they have permanent exhibits on gold, vessels, Textiles; they even have a library. The museums endless propagation of Philippine culture must be applauded. This museum...More
Visiting this museum will open up our eyes to what our past looks like. It's just a small museum which only has some collection of items in their inventory. But it's more than enough to briefly learn our past events up to the present. It's...More
My first visit to the Ayala Museum was with my Japanese foster sister and I enjoyed it very much because while I was there, I was reminded by the information I learned in History class when I was in grade school. I also learned a...More
If you take the audio-guide and do the museum properly it will take you 4-5 hours ! The history floor itself (the diorama) took me close to 2 hours. I didn't know much about Philippines history and this was the perfect occasion to learn more...More
A concise and interesting history of the Philippines with a Gold Vault and a really nice collection of Chinese porcelain. Very much worth a visit. Excellent cafe attached as well.