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National Museum Of Anthropology

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National Museum Of Anthropology

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Ermita, Manila, Luzon Philippines
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WldnHDR wrote a review Mar 2020
Quezon City, Philippines205 contributions14 helpful votes
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I've been to the National Museum of Fine Arts years ago and was not aware that there are other National Museum buildings around like the Natural History and Anthropology. During my last visit, i think we paid an entrance fee but now, it's totally free. The building is undergoing minor renovation from the outside but it won't spoil your visit don't worry. Overall i was really amazed especially with the San Diego warship of the Spanish navy. The trade between various Asian cultures is nice too. There are other interesting things too which are too many to mention. This should be in anyone's wishlist. One day is not enough i guess to be fully immersed. I wish i am able to read all the description and look into the artifact's details and all that but time is so limited. I might visit this place again if i have the time but i will have to come early next time.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Paul V wrote a review Mar 2020
Calgary, Canada210 contributions91 helpful votes
This museum is located in a modern building. Entrance is free, but you have to leave backpacks in the storage room (also free). Spread over four floors, this museum gives a very good overview of Filipino culture, customs and associated information. Displays are in huge rooms and explanations are available in English. Yo can easily spend two to three hours here and only catch a glimpse of what is available. Lots f free, clean bathrooms. Very friendly staff. Recommended.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Nomad59999 wrote a review Feb 2020
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Fascinating exhibitions that showcase the long and rich history of the Philippines, from the Neolithic to the present-day. The pre-colonial materials are fascinating, and don't miss the gorgeous gallery showcasing the visual culture of MIndanao and the southern Philippines
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Son Yap N wrote a review Feb 2020
Manila, Philippines23 contributions3 helpful votes
Sagada will always be my place to chill and dine. Came here to destress from the hustle of the city. In Sagada, you’ll find coffee shops for coffee fix like Sagada Brew. There are also restaurants to satisfy your cravings. Temperature will always be cold in the morning and evening with fogs and mist so make sure to always bring your jackets, while it gets a little hot in the afternoon.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Purple Curiosity wrote a review Feb 2020
Canberra, Australia91 contributions5 helpful votes
There are 4 floors, with each room showcasing exhibitions of the Filipino people, the southern islands culture, ancient artefacts, early trade, textiles, biodiversity, religion, baybayin script and pieces from the San Diego wreckage. Each exhibition room was quite large, with corresponding object labels and some rooms had a video playing demonstrating how a Filipino instrument was played. I’m not sure if they have guided tours, as none was offered at entry... Full review up on my blog!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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