The National Museum of the Philippines Complex reopened its doors this week! This comes after being temporarily closed to the public to give way to the inauguration of President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. last June 30.
In line with this, the Department of Tourism, Culture, and Arts of Manila (DTCAM) encouraged everyone to visit the museums in the city. They posted on Facebook on Tuesday, July 5: “Going to a museum is one of the best ways to learn about history!”
“This is your sign,” they wrote as they emphasized that the National Museum of Fine Arts, National Museum of Natural History, and Natural Museum of Anthropology require no entrance fees.
The Central Museums are open from Tuesdays to Sundays from 9 AM to 4 PM (cut-off time: 3 PM). Also, note that online reservations are required for visiting groups of more than 20 persons.
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