They should give guided tours to make it interesting to tourists. Go if you have nothing else to do coz its free anyway
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I enjoy museums and this one was no exception. The exhibits aren't too crowded and they're well mounted. The most interesting room was devoted to the clay pots and other artifacts of an all-but-unknown civilization that existed in the Philippines thousands of years ago. But...More
Once you are in Luneta Park, this place is strategically accessible from there. Good for students to appreciate culture, science and arts in general
I went here with my husband. The only reason I want to visit the museum was because of the Spoliarium by Juan Luna. I was really mesmerized by the beauty of the painting. The painting was huge by the way. There were other paintings displayed...More
There's always a rightful place for everyone. Shout out to Arts and History lovers. National Museum is certainly your place.
If go overseas make sure you go to a museum because they will teach about the past life of a country, this was a great experience love every minute of it.
I visited the National Museum whilst staying in Intramuros as I wanted to do something cultural and learn a bit more about art and artworks from the country. It's an interesting building to explore with loads of items on display. The layout of the building...More
Its a splendid array of beautiful historical paintings and sculpture. Youll learn a lot about history. I wasnt able to do proper research though i was also expecting to see some artifacts but i was told theyre located elsewhere. As of this writing the Ground...More