The National Museum of the Philippines is finally opening its doors to visitors once more, after being closed down due to the ongoing pandemic, beginning Tuesday, March 2.
The museum made the announcement on Facebook and shared its guidelines for people intending to visit.
“The National Museum of the Philippines is very pleased to announce the limited reopening of its central museums within the National Museum Complex in Rizal Park, Manila — namely the National Museum of Fine Arts, the National Museum of Anthropology, and the National Museum of Natural History,” they wrote in a public statement.
“We at the National Museum of the Philippines are eager to welcome back our visitors, old and new. Again, though, please read and follow our guidelines as well as general health protocols to ensure that we all stay safe.”
The National Museum will be open from Tuesday to Sunday from 9 AM to 12 NN and 1 PM to 4 PM. Only 100 persons may be allowed to enter each session.
To book your visit, here’s what you have to do:
- Make an online reservation through reservation.nationalmuseum.gov.ph at least one (1) day prior. Walk-ins will not be admitted.
- Choose between individual or group check-in. Group reservations are limited to a maximum of five (5) persons.
- Fill up the form with the correct details.
- Wait for your confirmation
Remember that only those aged 15 to 65 years old will be granted entry, so bring any ID showing the date of your birth on the day of your visit. To know more about what the museum do’s and don’t’s, check their official Facebook page!
As of writing, the National Planetarium remains closed.
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