Recommendation by Sam Parker
Classic! Truly one of those "Proud to be Pinoy" moments when walking through the halls.
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Open today: 10:00-17:00
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Padre Burgos Avenue, Ermita, Manila City, Metro Manila, Philippines
3 months ago
If you're like me who appreciates art, this is the place for you!
4 months ago
The National Museum is an excellent place to visit in the midst of pandemic. The atmosphere was warm and comforting with no distracting noises. It is great to have a refresher in Philippine history.
9 months ago
This place will make you appreciate art and look back on our history at the same time. The best part is that you get to see these treasures for free! all you need to do is to book it in advance.
a year ago
National Museum of Fine Arts - Philippines The famous SPOLARIUM painting can be found in this museum 😊 One of the best tourist spots for art lover in Manila ❤️
3 years ago
Though the building was actually meant for the different legislative bodies of the government in the early 1900s, it’s now where legendary works reside. Whether you’re looking for inspiration or need a quiet space to sit and ponder, the National Museum is a comforting place to be.
4 years ago
Displays the famed Spoliarium by Juan Luna. Favourite room is the one on Vicente Manansala’s International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) murals, particularly for his watercolour studies!
4 years ago
Surround yourselves with beautiful things at the National Museum. Priceless paintings of pastoral fields and historic artifacts can give insight to humans and their faults—yet we persist. The museum is quiet, its atmosphere would hamper the discussion from escalating. The many rooms offer endless choices to sneak away into.
17 days ago
A heritage building remodeled as an artist village, Cattle Depot is making room now for almost 20 art groups, serving as a gallery and workshop place for all art connoisseurs out there. Aside from the artworks, this is a great place for instagrammable pictures with its red-brick walls and Chinese tiled roofs that gives off a colonial era vibe. This village offers a variety of artistic productions ranging from graffiti, ad-hoc talks, experimental video art, and even theater perfomances—truly a hub for the artists. Know what’s even more exciting? Cattle Depot’s entrance is free of charge!
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