The Ayala Museum is an art and history museum located at the corner of Makati Avenue and Dela Rosa Street in Makati City, Metro Manila, the Philippines. Part of Ayala Center, it is one of the leading museums in the Philippines, as well as one of the most modern.
Cathedral Museum of Cebu
The Cathedral Museum of Cebu is a museum in Downtown Cebu City in the Philippines, (re)opened in November 2006. It is the ecclesiastical museum of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cebu.
Fuerza de San Pedro
Fuerza de San Pedro is a military defence structure, built by Spanish and indigenous Cebuano labourers under the command of Spanish conquistador, Miguel López de Legazpi and the Spanish Government in Cebu. It is located in the area now called Plaza Indepedencia, in the Pier Area of Cebu City, Philippines. These days, the fort is converted into a museum. Inside the fort houses the legacies of the Spanish Government. The well preserved Spanish artifacts such as the documents written in Spanish, paintings and sculpture.
Jumalon Museum, Butterfly Sanctuary and Art Gallery
Jumalon Museum, Butterfly Sanctuary and Art Gallery is a private museum, art gallery and nature reserve run by the Jumalon Foundation. It is located in Macopa St. Basak, Pardo, Cebu City, Philippines.
Lopez Memorial Museum
The Lopez Memorial Museum (LMM) is a Philippine art and history museum and library located in Metro Manila, Philippines at the ground floor of the Benpres Building, Exchange Road corner Meralco Avenue, Pasig City.
UST MUSEUM OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
The University of Santo Tomas Museum of Arts and Sciences, the oldest existing museum in the Philippines, started as a “Gabinete de Fisica,” an observation room of mineral, botany and biology collections in the 17th century. Under the old Spanish educational law the collections were used as classroom materials for the courses in science especially in medicine and pharmacy.
National Museum of the Philippines
The National Museum of the Philippines is the official repository established in 1901 as a natural history and ethnography museum of the Philippines. Its building was designed in 1918 by an American Architect, Daniel Burnham. The adjacent building, formerly housing the Department of Finance in the Agrifina Circle of Rizal Park is now the National Museum of the Filipino People housing the Anthropology and Archaeology Division. Among its possessions is the famous Spoliarium by patriot Juan Luna.
The Malacañang Museum is situated in historic Kalayaan Hall – the old Executive Building built in 1920– at the heart of the Malacañan Palace complex. The museum features galleries and exhibits showcasing the heritage of the Palace and the Presidency of the Philippines as well as artwork and furniture from the Palace collections.
Jorge B. Vargas Museum
In 1983, the University of the Philippines laid the cornerstone for a building that would house Mr. Vargas' collection, originally displayed in a private museum located in the premises of his residence at the Kawilihan compound in Mandaluyong. The transfer of the objects to the Diliman campus began in 1986. The museum building was formally inaugurated by then President Corazon C. Aquino on February 22, 1987.
Virtual Museum of the University of San Carlos
This is the Virtual Museum of the University of San Carlos, Cebu City, The Philippines. This website offers you an extensive view on the collection of the University museum as well as overviews on Philippine history and cultural heritage, exhibitions and general information.The collection of the museum contains a wide variety of artifacts ranging from Spanish Colonial heritage to various species of Philippine animals and insects.
Museum at De La Salle University-Manila
The Museum at De La Salle University-Manila is a university-art museum with a collection of Philippine modern art generously donated by the heirs of Wili and Doreen Fernandez. Prominent artists, ten of them National Artist for Visual Arts, have works in The Museum, namely, Fernando Amorsolo, Ang Kiukok, Carlos "Botong" Francisco, Jose Joya, Cesar Legaspi, Arturo Luz, Vicente Manansala, J. Elizalde Navarro, H.R. Ocampo, Bencab, Anita Magsaysay-Ho, Manuel Rodriguez, Sr., Mauro Malang, among others.
Philippine Air Force Museum
The Philippine Air Force Museum was established on May 2, 1974 by Maj Gen Jose L Rancudo (1972-1976), the PAF’s 12th Commanding General. It was originally named as the Marcos Museum, dedicated to the former President Ferdinand E. Marcos and the First Lady, as their memorabilia were displayed inside the museum. However after the EDSA revolution, the museum was renamed Philippine Air Force Museum effective 1 April 1986 pursuant to General Order number 98, HPAF dated 10 April 1986.
Metropolitan Museum of Manila
The Metropolitan Museum of Manila looks forward to a Filipino nation that takes pride in the variety and excellence of its arts and culture. The Met Museum is the premier museum of modern and contemporary visual arts in the Philippines.
The Computing Museum is a unique facility of the Library. It promises to showcase the history of information technology from its naive beginnings to what it is now. A display of different technologies from different times shall be displayed in the room.
Features news, events, interactive exhibits and other information about the Museo Pambata (Children's Museum)in the Philippines.
The SLU Museum of Culture and Arts is envisioned as a united and dedicated department which provides the SLU community with competent, reliable and quality support services and is committed to ensure a safe and pleasant environment conducive to the attainment of the university's overall vision-mission.