Filipinos and foreigners alike can view some of the Philippines' historic and cultural treasures in this Museum of the ... More
National Museum of the Philippines
Filipinos and foreigners alike can view some of the Philippines' historic and cultural treasures in this Museum of the Filipino People. Among the many displays here, the galleries devoted to the San Diego galleon merit special mention. Porcelain plates, coins, jewelry, armaments and other artifacts recovered from the sunken battleship present revelatory glimpses of 17th century life. The Story of the Filipino People is another must-see for all visitors.
Although adults often come here with excited children in tow, it is not always the kids who wear the widest
grins. At this "hands on" museum, visitors are encouraged to touch, smell, listen and feel numerous themed exhibits. To ...
With virtually the whole of Intramuros destroyed during World War II, this is the only remaining repository of the wealth
that was once a common feature of Manila's churches. Formerly a monastery, the museum comprises two floors interconnected by ...
This is where Presidents of the Philippines traditionally take their oath of office and deliver their first address to the
nation (Joseph Estrada broke with tradition and had his inauguration at Barasoain Church , site of the drafting of ...