This is the repository of antique guns, cannons, tanks and other World War II relics, including captured items, ammunition, ... More
Philippine Army Museum
This is the repository of antique guns, cannons, tanks and other World War II relics, including captured items, ammunition, medals and weaponry used by the New People's Army. As a special feature, the museum displays a tunnel with several exits. The setting of the museum is the headquarters of the Philippine Army itself, Fort Bonifacio. Of particular interest is the Museum's base relief by local artist Paul. A. R. Quia which depicts the army's history from the Commonwealth days to the present. There is also a library on the premises.
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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 ...
This privately run museum has played a leading role in promoting awareness of Philippine history and culture. Here you can
see various displays presented with artistry, drama and historical accuracy. The permanent exhibits are complemented by changing shows presenting ...
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 ...