Art galleries were so unique! Very different to others! I must say it is a one stop shop for the history of the philippine treasures! Golds, pottery etc!
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Impressed with the way the start/entrance to the Ayala museum at the 4th floor, starting with the video of the pre-colonial Philippines. A must visit place.
Great place for an indoor family outing, especially when the kids (behaved kids) have studied abroad and are not as exposed to Philippine culture and heritage. Even for adults who wants to refresh their cultural and arts background. Great place for arts, exhibit events. Bathroom...More
Located as an extension to the Greenbelt Malls ( there are 5 of them) a very interesting history of Philippine culture. Modern so many interactive displays.
You'll find here a display of the Philippines' pre-colonial treasures located on the 4th floor (not allowed to take pictures). There is a shop on 2nd floor, got my self a coffee table book. It's a great experience to visit a modern museum.
I absolutely loved the diorama history exhibit. It's a great way to learn about the history of the Philippines, and it brought the story to life. The other exhibits were good, but this was the highlight for me. The museum cafe is excellent too. Greenbelt...More
The Ayala museum is small but very well thought. It contains the history of the Philippines in a very dynamic way, showing the relationship with other countries such as US, Spain, Japan, etc. It also has a very nice collection of hand made gold items...More
Visited on a recommend by a local and was not disappointed. The museum is on four levels and showcases various ethnological and archaeological objects representing Philippine art, culture and heritage. On arrival we were guided to the fourth floor to view a short video presentation...More