National Museum of the Philippines

P. Burgos Ave. cor. Taft Ave., Manila, Metro Manila

National Museum of the Philippines
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Business Hours
Reopens: 10:00a - 5:00p
Phone
+6325271216

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 5:00p
  • Monday
    • Closed
  • Tuesday
    • 10:00a - 5:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:00a - 5:00p
  • Thursday
    • 10:00a - 5:00p
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 5:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 5:00p

Payment Options

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Price Range

₱30 - ₱100

Most Recent Reviews

TheMitch M.
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What else do you want to know?
Free entrance for a whole day's worth of activity. There are 4 floors of art. Paintings, sculptures, interactive art. I mean come on!
Have you seen Spolarium?
That beast alone will knock your socks off!
Sabayan mo pa ng Eheads na kanta para mas feel mo.
Stop wasting your time with TV and what FB says is in.
Get some culture.
Right now the only culture you have is your weekly dose of Yakult.
See some art!
Sure the lines are long but anything truly worthwhile takes a bit of time.
Leave your bags but take your valuables.
You can take photos as long as it's not flash photography.
Don't break anything for crying out loud.
The place is fully airconditioned. So no sweating (my kinda place).
The guards are respectful but strict.
Very strict.
These are priceless artifacts we're dealing with.
There are elevators for those who have knee problems, but I suggest taking the stairs. They are also an artwork in their own right.
No weird ghost juju here. Even though this place is ancient.
Just very serene and makes that Pinoy pride kick in at the sight of all the art our brothers and sisters made.
There's a creepy (but factual) exhibit on the Japanese occupation and all the horrors that happened during that regime.
There's Isabel by BenCab.
My other man crush Gus Albor also has a few paintings up.
A lot of Spanish era paintings and portraits.
I wish there were more contemporary artists on display though.

Pwdeng pang date.
Impress him or her with your interest in art.
Talk about your Googled knowledge of art nouveau vs art deco. Talk about clean lines and how "organic" the feel of this artwork is. Pretend you feel the artists angst (plus points sa sensitive artist kuno).

"The National Museum is open Tuesdays to Sundays, from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Admission to the National Museum is now permanently free of charge for all visitors, Filipino or foreign, to its museums nationwide."

"The National Museum of the Philippines (Filipino: Pambansang Museo ng Pilipinas) is a government institution in the Philippines and serves as an educational, scientific and cultural institution in preserving the various permanent national collections featuring the ethnographic, anthropological, archaeological and visual artistry of the Philippines. Since 1998, the National Museum has been the regulatory and enforcement agency of the National Government in the restoring and safeguarding of important cultural properties, sites and reservations throughout the Philippines."

"The National Museum began as Insular Museum of Ethnology, Natural History, and Commerce in 1901 under the Department of Public Instruction through Philippine Commission Act No. 284. It was subsequently transferred to the Department of Interior as the Bureau of Ethnological Survey after the passage of the Philippine Commission Act No. 841 in 1903. This new bureau was responsible for the Philippine participation in the Louisiana Purchase Exposition of 1904. After the exposition, it was abolished as a separate bureau and was renamed the Philippine Museum.

The National Museum went through the division and distribution of its functions to other government agencies. The Philippine Legislature passed Act No. 4007 in 1933 abolishing the museum and appropriated its divisions to the following agencies: the Division of Fine Arts and History to the National Library, the Division of Ethnology went to the Bureau of Science, and the Division of Anthropology which included archaeology, ethnography and physical anthropology and the other sections of natural history of the Bureau of Science were organized into a National History Museum Division. The latter was transformed into an independent unit under the Office of the Secretary of Agriculture and Commerce through Commonwealth Act No. 453 in 1939.

The Japanese Occupation brought back the divisions under the National Museum of the Philippines as provided by Philippine Republic Executive Order No. 94, but the museum lost a large part of its collection during the Liberation of Manila when the Legislative Building was destroyed by American artillery. Fortunately, the Legislative Building was immediately restored through the American reparation funds bringing the museum back to its operations.

The museum’s role in cultural growth was recognized as contributing to government’s desire for national development.[2] It was revitalized in 1966 when President Ferdinand Marcos signed Republic Act No. 4846 or the Cultural Properties and Protection Act. The law designated the museum as the lead agency in the protection and preservation of the nation’s cultural properties through the conduct of census, study, and declaration of such properties and the monitoring and regulation of archaeological exploration, excavation, or diggings in historical or archaeological sites. With its new powers, it was able to strengthen its cultural mandate by declaring properties, structures, and sites of historical and cultural value to the nation. The educational mandate was strengthened because it was able to inform the public of the researches it conducted and through the acquisition and exhibition of archaeological finds."

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Kat M.
5.0 Stars
10

Last Saturday, I visited the National Museum of Fine Arts with my sisters. This is part of the National Museum Complex which includes the National Museum of Anthropology (formerly Museum of the Filipino People), National Museum of Natural History (opening soon), and the Planetarium.

The National Museum of Fine Arts is located in the old Senate building and is majestic in terms of structure. There are four levels in the museum accessible via stairs or the glass elevator (with nice view of the patio)

127807 The ground floor houses some archaeological repositories and laboratories of the museum researchers. Currently there is an exhibit of some paintings depicting scenes of Noli Me Tangere.

127807 The Second Level which has the most exhibits contains the famous Luna Spoilarium, more works of Felix-Resurrecion Hidalgo, Juan Luna, and other classic painters and sculptures.

127807 The Third Floor houses some more exhibits including temporary ones. There are also some modern paintings. Oh and Juan Luna’s Parisian Woman is here housed in the same room with Manansala… which is so weird, and to be honest I think only a few people know it is here. (I also thought it was still in the GSIS Museum)

127807 The last floor houses a few contemporary artists including the rubber cut of Neil Doloricon.

I am so glad to see how well-maintained our National Museum is. The toilets are clean, the rooms are air conditioned, and it is almost at par with some foreign museums. It can be tiring and overwhelming so for me, one should take their time to really appreciate the art works. There are plenty of seats around the exhibit rooms where you can take some rest. And the fact that is free should encourage more Filipinos to visit this place.

A few things missing in our museum includes a museum café where people can have some coffee, rest, discuss or hang out. We also don’t have a museum shop for people to buy souvenirs and memorabilia. Sayang because these can generate funds for the museum.

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Odessa G.
5.0 Stars
10

Finally I was able to see this place. It is nice to go down memory lane. I just hope they place a short history about the paintings though. Nonetheless I'm awestruck with our rich culture.

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Bella J.
5.0 Stars
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Entrance to the museum is free now so there's pretty much no excuse to not try and find time for a visit.

The last time I was here was around 2 years ago and honestly, I thought I'd get bored since I already visited before. But to my surprise and utmost pleasure, there were so many new things to see!

Among those I loved most are Luna's, Amorsolo's, and Manansala's works. The Senate Hall is beautiful and it makes you feel like you're stepping into another time period. Reminds me so much of Assassin's Creed too. Haha

And of course, the Spoliarium is something you should lay your eyes on at least once in your life. It's huuuuuuuuuuge. Can't wrap my head around how Luna managed to finish the whole thing.

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Cocoy P.
4.0 Stars

The museum is pretty well maintained.

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Jaja R.
5.0 Stars
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It was my first time to visit. Great works! Galing ng Pinoy! Entrance is FREE!

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Pauie P.
4.0 Stars
3

Thank God we made it to the museum before closing. I was hoping that after my visit at the National Museum with full of paintings and some art works, I would be able to see some historical artifacts of the Filipino culture and I believe this is the answer. 128588🏻128588🏻128588🏻

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レロン テ.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Pat D.
5.0 Stars

Free museum admission? Push! :)

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Annechile S.
4.0 Stars
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Free Entrance free? Why not? Brought my team and we enjoyed it. Though there are so many "bawals" there. Nevertheless, it was fun! 128515

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Pauie P.
4.0 Stars
6

Too many pictures to upload here. We were actually thankful that the Museum is open to all and free of entrance. Got to see the Spoliarium and other works of arts. I hope they will also display ancient fossils and crafts that showcase Filipino life from then and now.

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Ann R.
1.0 Stars

Guards should have better attitude towards their visitors, the lady guard in the big room has an attitude she is not good for first time comers like us because she embarass the visitors. Will definitely not gonna come back again after this experience. 128545 It was clear in the picture that I wasn't happy anymore after the lady guard approached(embarassed) us.

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Chachi L.
5.0 Stars
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If you'd like to have a different weekend experience, visiting the galleries of the National Museum will surely answer your needs. The museum is filled with paintings and sculptures of different artists. The most popular from all of the gallery displays is the gigantic Spoliarium by Juan Luna which you will get to see once you've entered the museum.

The National Museum is open from Tuesdays to Sundays. As of writing, National Museum entrance fee is now free! :)

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Emem S.
4.0 Stars

Overthinking kills.

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Marc G.
5.0 Stars
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It's just a few steps away from my school in college but it's the first time I was able to go inside the buildings of National Musuem. 128517

Took advantage of the admission ( Month of May - June). I'm glad that a lot of people are coming to check the collection of paintings, art pieces, and all those indegenous materials from our country.

Overall, I enjoyed everything I saw. It's kind of tiring because I checked out every pieces from the two buildings of National Museum, but it's all worth it because the experience opened my eyes to appreciate and help nurture our rich culture, our history.

I reallt encourage everyone to pay a visit to NM. Don't miss the chance to see all those amazing works and stuffs.

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Harold L.
5.0 Stars
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I was able to visit National Museum last 10th of March 2016. Within standing in front of the building, specifically the Art Building, I was mesmerized by the simplicity of the structure, which at the same time, also brings out its elegance. Upon entering the building, I paid 50php as student entrance fee, which I found quite modest for such a prestigious gallery.

For an introduction. the National Museum is divided into two buildings, which I defined as Arts and Artifacts. The Arts Building has two floors open for display - the ground mostly consisting of historical and antique artworks, and the second, contemporary and abstract art. Each floor is subdivided by different function rooms, depending on the type and chronology of the paintings present, while the corridors are mostly studded with sculptures and other paintings.

I, together with my friends, only got the chance to visit the Art Building due to time constraints, but despite that, we were fully content with the displays we saw, and actually wanted to stay longer. Having no initial idea on what displays are to be expected, I kept my eyes open for surprises, to which I was not failed.

The first painting we saw was the Spoliarium by Juan Luna, since it was at the center of the first room that was apparently used by politicians before. Personally, I did not expect it to be as huge as I first thought it was; it was bigger than that, estimating to be at least 4 meters tall and 7 meters wide. Yup, it was THAT BIG. After admiring Juan Luna's masterpiece, we went on to explore other art,

The sculptures on display were generally old and made of remarkable stones, mostly resembling the standard life of Filipinos before and their culture. The details on each sculpture are impeccable - even I was amazed by the fine details present in every creation. What's more unbelievable is the fact that a lot of those sculptures were carved by one artist, whose name I sadly forgot.

Each painting depicted the rich and mysterious culture of our ancestors, often involving important events in history and even their daily lives. From the Catholic influence of the Spaniards, the natives' way of living, World War 2, government officials of the country, People Power, to even the most abstract of paintings, the image of Filipino creativity is naturally obvious. It takes anyone back to the times when life was simple and modern technology was nonexistent. Added by the good lighting and spacious aisles, one could make a good impression and reflection on every piece of art on display. Looking at these paintings can really make you feel a certain difference in your sense of nationalism, which even I can't explain. Admiring each one of them might take time, but it's all worth it.

That was just the first floor I was talking about, by the way. The second floor has a different story; this time, it was all about mystery and curiosity.

The second floor of the National Museum mainly consisted of paintings and sculptures from the 60s to present day. It was a completely different story as to the paintings aforementioned. The ones I saw were remarkably colorful and playful, notable for the swirls of colors depicting emotions and hidden stories beneath it. What got my interest as well was reading the descriptions of the paintings as based from the artists, which definitely shows that each of these abstracts symbolized a deeper meaning. These paintings are not just swirls and colors; they are history in itself.

Now, for my personal favorites.

In a large building filled with the most beautiful works of art and wonder, choosing a selected few as favorites would be one tough challenge. Though unique in their own ways, they all have its own way of attracting the visitor, might it be the theme, structure, or story behind it. What attracted me the most is the Sarimanok sculpture, as seen below, for reasons even I can't explain properly. Upon laying my eyes on its golden beauty, something in me felt triggered. It was an unfathomable feeling of nationalism and joy that dominated me as I admired its beauty and simplicity. Such feeling convinced me to take a photo of it - noting that I only took a few photos inside the museum to maximize the time I had to personally admire the scenery - for me to be reminded of its glory.

Another one of my favorites is the painting I was staring at in one of the photos. As far as I can recall, it was painted in tribute of the People Power 1, the biggest display of national unity in the history. I, personally, am an avid fan of People Power stories, not only because I was born on that day twelve years later, but because I was amazed by the extraordinary occasion wherein our world literally stopped to fight for each other. The painting itself was able to trigger such feeling, specifically the swirls of yellow that I think was a depiction of unity and nationalism. It may not seem as much, but for a young commoner like me, the emotions running inside gave me inspiration.

Coincidentally, when we visited the museum, they were featuring arts from the famous Ben Cabrera - mostly known as BenCab - entitled "BenCab: Appropriated Souls". I have only heard of him before, so seeing his works of art in person felt like a genuine honor for me. They were all so magnificent in their own ways that I myself can't give enough emphasis to how amazing they all are. It's truly an exhibit to be seen in person for one to understand my expressions.

Believe it or not, through what might be a confusing review, I have not gone to half of my short but memorable visit to the National Museum. It might be because I forgot some of my experience due to a long interval, or the fact that I just took 40 exams after my visit, but I personally know that even I can't elaborate enough on how amazing one trip to our national symbol can be. The best I can do is to encourage people to visit it and let them feel the magic of our cultural endeavors.

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Roy T.
3.0 Stars
3

National Museum has this special promotion for the month of May. Free access to everyone this whole month from Tuesdays to Sundays. Check their website for more details. It's a good time we enjoy our own museum. As a person who really loves to travel, I'm guilty that I don't really explore our tourist spots that much. This visit was my first time at the National Museum, and it was set by my therapy center for our students.

I appreciated the good collection of artworks I was able to quickly observe during our one hour visit. Yes one hour because the free time I had was 4-5pm and I ran straight from the clinic. Stressful number one! They were not supposed to let me enter because their cutoff time was actually 4pm. Good thing one of the guards understood and let me in anyways. Thanks Manong Guard!!!

You're supposed to leave your bags at their bag counter but since I was all stressed out, I went straight in. They were only able to notice my bag when I was already on the second floor. Had me go downstairs again. Stressful number two! Being a good citizen, I complied. When I went back up, there was only half an hour left to go around. So we were actually on a rush.

Overall, I saw sculptures made out of wood snd some metallic ones, paintings - both abstract and with various themes. They divided it I think in terms of artist. One section from Baguio's famous Ben Cab. One of the sections I liked. I was not able to see PH history artifacts. Not sure if that's in the third floor which was closed for renovation. Is this why the museum was for free? I'm interested in going back to explore more of our local artifacts.

Stressful number three!!! The super masungit staff. They were literally shoving us out of the museum by reminding us every minute we had left, in a NOT FRIENDLY manner. 128528128528128528128528 We were good rule followers, a nice way of relaying a simple rule would be much appreciated. Ipa-seminar nga ang mga staff or guards na mga yan.

Stressful number four!!! We wanted to have our last group picture taken by the Spolarium near the entrance before leaving. The lady guard was all very grumpy already and said "BILISAN PAPATAYAN KO NA KAYO NG ILAW EH." Very friendly ha.

You know what, this is supposed to be a tourist attraction but having that grumpy and super atat umuwi na staff is a bad impression of the PH in general. You have to train the people working in the public places, especially those in tourist-y places, the culture and the Filipino hospitality are what we always boast towards other nationalities pa naman sana. 128548

Sorry for this long rant. I hope my next visit won't be as bad as this.

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Reynel D.
5.0 Stars

National Museum is probably the most common itinerary of all schools’ educational trips – primary to tertiary. It’s true! 9 out of 10 people say that they have visited this museum more than once in their life and most of them would say that during their educational trip.

Located in the city of Manila, it is accessible to people coming from everywhere in the Metro and provinces nearby through several transportation systems. The National museum is the official site where everything that encompasses and reflects the country’s rich history is housed and preserved into two buildings – The National Art Gallery and the Museum of the Filipino People. The National Art Gallery houses treasured masterpieces, from paintings to sculptures, of some of the most renowned Filipino Artists. The Museum of the Filipino People, serves as a repository of Philippine heritage through its historical and ancestral collections.

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Patrick V.
4.0 Stars
4

Visited this place last year when it offered free entrance. Unfortunately when we arrived the line was very long but we still waited. I couldn't find my other photos on my phone, I think I deleted them already. Haha.

What I think this lacks is that it should be a little bit more interactive for it to be a little more appealing to teenagers and there should be guides to converse with us as we walk around.

But nonetheless, the place is well-maintained! I would still visit again in the near future.

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Dennis O.
5.0 Stars
8

National Museum is giving a free access again to everybody this month of May. Yesterday we grab the opportunity to go very early to avoid the crowd. They open at 10am and we were already there before 10. 128521

Our National Museum is a wonderful home for the wonderful treasure of our great artist. Inside is the wonderful Juan Luna artwork like the majestic Spoliarium. Seeing it in actual is so surreal. The amazing works of Vicente Manansala was equally good. The way he incorporate cubism in his artwork was just perfect. While the Sabel series of Benedicto Cabrera (BenCab) was perfect for Mothers Day. He is trully a living national artist. The various portrait of famous filipino personality like our past Presidents was like having a history class. Also.two of my fave part was the Manuel Roxas room and Jose Rizal room. Never knew Jose Rizal was also a great artist. Another great room was the remains of a church in Bohol. They were able to display the painting of each station of the cross. The altar and some detailed engraving was also salvage.

A painting that capture my attention was the painting Justice under Martial Law by Orlando Castillo. What a perfect reminder of what happened. 97869996

A visit to this wonderful treasure is must for everybody. It's also a great family activity. Instead of going to malls, going to museum is a great fun activity. If foreign tourist take time to visit and appreciate Filipino artwork. We as a Filipino must be more appreciative.128522128076

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