National Museum of the PhilippinesFree: Sundays all year long and everyday in May

The National Museum of the Philippines or NM is a government agency museum that includes research and conservation programs within the museum and throughout the archipelago. The museum houses three buildings in Manila; The Museum of the Filipino People, The National Art Gallery and the National Planetarium that are repositories of the natural and cultural history of Filipinos and our environment. The collection ranges from thousands of years ago to the present. In addition, there are 15 branches of the NM located in all regions of the country, representing the origins and visual representations of Philippine culture.

Address: P. Burgos St., Rizal Park, Manila
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 10am – 5pm; Closed Mondays
Direction: Metrorail LRT Line 1 to United Nations Ave Station
Phone: +63 2 527 1215

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