The National Museum of the Philippines is more than just a museum. It considers itself the “guardian and repository of the natural and cultural heritage of the Philippines”. This means it coordinates the activities and monitors the collections of all other museums, both public and private, in the country.
Aptly located at Luneta Park, which itself is a historically important place in Manila, the National Museum stands tall along P. Burgos St., so that it could not be missed by passing jeepneys, taxis and private vehicles. Established on October 29, 1901, the museum [Read more…]