- A lot of people often spend their leisure time in malls, cinemas, or popular attractions
- However, some prefer to visit museums where they can learn a lot of things
- In Metro Manila, there are many places that people can visit to refresh their knowledge
- Here are 5 of the most awesome museums that can be found in the metropolis
Museums are one of the most favorite places that many people want or wish to go to.
Aside from being a reliable source of information, they also bring happiness through stunning and historic displays that not all people are privileged to see.
In Metro Manila, there are numerous museums that you can visit with your friends, classmates, or families.
KAMI enumerated here 5 of the most awesome museums in the metropolis:
1. The Mind Museum
This institution is one of the most go-to places of people who want to have more knowledge about the earth, human life, and many more. It offers an extraordinary educational experience to those who visit and explore the place. Be amazed by its interactive displays, experiment demonstrations, and planetarium shows.
The time-worthy place is open every day, except on Mondays, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Bonifacio Global City (BGC) in Taguig.
2. Ayala Museum
Perhaps, one of the most prominent places in Makati City is the Ayala Museum. It always amazes many visitors because of its exhibits that are really worthy of time and effort. The collections inside the establishment are separated based on a certain theme or period of time.
Who would not be stunned with a room full of dioramas about the major events in the Philippines? Or a place where models of some maritime vessels are located? All of these and more can be found inside the infamous Ayala Museum.
3. National Museum of Anthropology
Formerly known as the Museum of the Filipino People, this establishment offers its visitors some of the most important information about people’s lives many years ago. You will get to see beautiful displays such as household materials, weapons, and musical instruments from various ethnicities.
This art-focused museum opts to make many people aware of their culture and heritage. It is also accessible to the public because it is just facing the popular Rizal Park.
4. National Museum of Natural History
Located at corner General Luna Street in Manila, the popular National Museum of Natural History is also a place where you should pay a visit to. One of the top attractions in this institution is the skeleton of Lolong, the Philippines’ largest salt-water crocodile. It also has a mini replica of a rainforest where you can walk through. Aside from these, there are also other exhibits that you will surely enjoy.
5. Dessert Museum Manila
Unlike the ones mentioned in numbers 1 to 4, the Dessert Museum in Pasay City gives a different experience to its guests. Instead of historic items, this institution will let people try to be in a world full of sweets. There are several rooms, each has a theme, where you will witness sugary products and learn some facts about them.
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