Inside the National Museum of the Philippines

relive the story of the Filipino people
3-May-2016 Tuesday

"Ang hindi lumingon sa pinanggalingan ay hindi makakarating sa paroroonan (To foretell the destiny of the nation, it is necessary to open the book that tells of her past)"

May forever sa National Museum... Starting July 1, 2016, admission to National Museum of the Philippines is PERMANENTLY FREE OF CHARGE to all visitors (Filipinos and Foreigners) to its museums nationwideA policy of free general admission has been established by the Board of Trustees of the National Museum, in order to build upon significant spikes in viewership, especially among younger Filipinos. #changeiscoming
https://web.facebook.com/pages/National-Museum-of-the-Philippines/144533282223733

On the whole month of May, free admission to the public for all in celebration of National Heritage Month. The theme for this year's celebration is "Pamilya para sa Pamana (Families for Heritage)," so why not bring your family and friends to the National Museum in Manila and its regional branches (Vigan, Kiangan, Kabayan, Angono-Binangonan Petroglyphs, Tabaco, Bohol, and Butuan).
http://www.nationalmuseum.gov.ph

National Museum (Pambansang Museo) General Information;
Opens daily from 1000H to 1700H Tuesday to Sunday (except Mondays and holidays). Wearing ballcap, flash/commercial photography, videography and monopod/tripod are NOT PERMITTED inside the museum. Basic photography coming from mobile phone/digicam/DSLR is PERMITTED. Admission is free to the public (Filipinos and foreigners) starting July 01, 2016. 

How to Go to National Museum of the Philippines (Pambansang Museo);
From LRT1 line, the nearest is UN Avenue station. For vehicles coming from Quiapo, museum building is located right after the Lagusnilad. For vehicles coming from EDSA/Baclaran, museum building is a walking distance near Rizal Park. National Museum address is P. Burgos Drive, Rizal Park, Manila. 

National Museum of the Philippines (Pambansang Museo ng Pilipinas) was founded in 1901 and will be a three building museum complex which will include the National Art Gallery (former Senate Building), Museum of the Filipino People (former Department of Finance) and the Museum of Nature (former Department of Tourism) which is on-going construction. I'm proud to say that the nation's priceless artifacts are well-presented comparable to National Museum of Saudi ArabiaModern Museum of Egypt, Rijksmuseum of Netherlands, Louvre Museum of France, National Museum of Israeland National Museum of Iran.

Inside the National Museum of the Philippines (Juan Luna's Spoliarium)

Inside the National Museum of the Philippines (Location Map)

National Museum of the Philippines

Inside the National Museum of the Philippines (National Art Gallery)

Inside the National Museum of the Philippines (National Art Gallery)

Inside the National Museum of the Philippines (National Art Gallery)

Inside the National Museum of the Philippines (National Art Gallery)

Inside the National Museum of the Philippines (Juan Luna's The Parisian Life)

Inside the National Museum of the Philippines (Museum of Filipino People)

Inside the National Museum of the Philippines (Museum of Filipino People)

Inside the National Museum of the Philippines (Museum of Filipino People)

Inside the National Museum of the Philippines (Museum of Filipino People)



1 comment:

much of thanks for visiting the viewing deck ^_^

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