National Museum of the Philippines Offers FREE Admission

Tourist spots in Romblon
This wooden coffin was discovered in Banton, Romblon
National Museum of the Philippines Offers FREE Admission for the whole month of May 2016, as part of the Heritage Month celebration, that's what I saw from the National Museum Facebook Page. The National Museum has the collection of relics, artifacts, and antiques discovered in the Philippines and abroad, combined for the Filipino viewing. Some of these are the following:

National Museum of the Philippines houses a lot of burial jars and wood coffin (like the photo above). The skull like artifacts are earthenware's handcrafted in older ways by the ancient Filipinos. These items were discovered in different parts of the country. Like the wooden coffin discovered in one of the caves in Banton, Romblon. Is is now part of the exhibit in Museum of the Filipino People.

Tourist Spots in Palawan
This jar was discovered in Neolithic burial site in Manunggul Cave of Tabon Caves in Lipuun Point, Palawan. It was used as a coffin in a primitive way of burial in the Philippines. Is is now part of the exhibit in Museum of the Filipino People.


Spoliarium by Juan Luna
Spoliarium by Juan Luna Y Novicio. Exhibit in Old Senate Hall

Senate of the Philippines
This Hall was originally designed to be a library in the early 1920s during the American colonial period, when the architect Juan Arellano revised the plans of Ralph Harrington Doane in order to convert the building to the seat of the legislature. The Senate was then led by Manuel L. Quezon, the leader of the movement for Philippine independence from the United States. Information from the website of the National Museum of the Philippines

Sa mga kababayan ko, TARA NA!! Linangin natin ang ating mga  kaisipan sa pamamagitan ng pag-babalik sa nakaraan. Bisitahin natin ang gusali na kung saan nakatago ang kayamanan nating mga Pilipino - Ang Pambansang Museo