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I stopped in here by chance to get out of the heat of Manila and was really glad I did. The museum is free and incredibly informative. Exhibitions range from the history of the islands to colonialism and sections on art, agriculture and language. Exhibits...More
The place is located near Rizal park, in front of the newly opened National Museum of Natural History. I been here on a weekday, but because it is during vacation days that there are lots of people visiting the museum.
I am not really into...More
Super impressed by the Bangsamoro/ Lumad gallery in the National Museum of Anthropology: up to date descriptions with ASA citation up to 2015, contradictory syncretism between Islam and animism, and not shying away from highlighting differences and past government marginalization; all the while recognizing the...More
The building is located at one end of Rizal park, opposite the Lapu Lapu statue. An interesting venue to walk through, and to understand about the country and the people. You can spend a good 90mins at least in this space, just soaking up the...More
It was well-displayed and well-curated. It was very comfortable walking from room to room since it was airconditioned and directions were clear as to where to go. Some areas were still under construction/renovation. Otherwise, it was a wonderful place to learn about the diversity of...More