Metro Manila · Ayala Museum
Owned by the Ayala Foundation, the Ayala Museum is a six-storey edifice established in 1967. The Ayala Museum features different exhibitions and workshops on culture and the arts in during the whole year - which might bring you to buying a membership card! The definite-have-to-be-seen is the Crossroads of Civilizations, a breath-taking and stunning exhibition.
In 1967, the Ayala Museum was established by the Ayala Foundation. The museum was founded by Fernando Zobel de Ayala y Montojo, an abstract painter from the Philippines.
The museum has permanent exhibitions housed inside a granite and steel building in Makati. Permanent exhibitions include sixty handcrafted dioramas from the museum's historical collections, maritime vessels, pioneers of Philippine Art, gold of ancestors, embroidered multiples, and a display of ceramics.
Address: Makati Ave. cor de la Rosa St., Makati City (attached to Greenbelt 4)
Opening Times: Tue to Fr, 9 am to 6 pm and Sat to Sun, 10 am to 7 pm
The Filipinas Heritage Library celebrates Filipino history, art and culture through its rare collection of books, manuscripts, photographs, and music albums. It was the country’s first library to digitize its archives.