The museum introduces the humanities and history of the Philippines. Tickets are 425 pesos, which are free compared to large domestic museums. The tickets here are too expensive. There are a total of four floors, and there are many historical models on the second floor, which are made very realistic. It is worth seeing if you want to understand the culture of the Philippines.
The artworks are a very important part of Filipino history. The museum is not really big and the exhibits are limited, but it gives you a general idea of the Philippines.
A lot of photos were taken at the Ayala Museum, where you can see the Philippine culture from the past to the present, and many people were made to understand the local cultural characteristics.
That historical item is particularly numerous. It is worth watching.
Various works of art are displayed here, reflecting the level of Philippine art, including music, painting, sculpture, etc. Sometimes you can encounter regular art events.
The place worth visiting is now under renovation and will open in 2020
Renovated until 2020, now I can’t see it, starting from June 19
Preston_Dominguez:Makati Avenue corner De La Rosa Street, Greenbelt Park, Makati City 1224
Jeremy_Dodson:I recommended Manila American Cemetery and Memorial,Manila south cemetery,Landmark Makati,Ayala Museum,St. Peter and Paul Church