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An out of the way museum of the history of currency of the Philippines. You get to see how the coins and paper bills have come along and what security measures have been implemented. Surprisingly, there is a history lesson that goes along with it...More
Entrance is free but finding the entrance and getting in is a bit more difficult! Bring ID like a driver's licence or passport. The museum is in the central bank complex and can be accessed through gate 3.
We spent about an hour viewing the...More
Have been wanting to visit this museum for some time, and was pleased that I managed to today.
There was some confusion as to where exactly the museum was as it appears to be on Roxas itself at the end of the Cultural Museum. That...More
i was raring to visit this place ever since i was a child but it was never included in our itinerary during shool excursions and educational trips. with all the rich display of currencies here and abroad, anyone even those not interested, will appreciate the...More
Small yet packed place on everything about the paper bills and coins of the Philippines. It houses the biggest sheet of paper bill ever printed in terms of the size of paper and many other notes although the quality of the collection and the method...More
The nice thing about this museum is that you see how the currency evolved from the colonial times up to modern times. It's also nice to see how the money is manufactured. I would recommend this stop over should you be staying at a hotel...More
Entrance to the museum is free but getting in required a lot of bureaucracy, which is typical in the Philippines.
The museum is compact and easy to navigate. It only took us 1.5 hours to finish seeing all the exhibits. Taking pictures is allowed.