Very lovely little museum, upstairs directly from the second floor, there are three floors. Photographs are not allowed in the library. The rooms that fully and truly show the life of the upper class during Spanish colonial period, from living rooms, bedrooms, dining rooms to toilets and kitchens, are exquisite. 75 pesos is a good deal! After coming out, you can also see the stables and wells.
For budget travelers like me, the price for admission may be a little pricey (250 pesos for non Manila visitors). Even so, it’s an intriguing museum designed perfectly for the little ones. I once brought my 8-year old niece here, and she enjoyed every minute of our visit. Even in a couple of hours, my niece got to learn a ton of lessons from its interactive exhibits, books and displays. The museum teaches its visitors a variety of things, including careers, science, history of Manila and awareness for the environment. A word of advice, bring your kiddos to the entertaining yet educational new sections, like the library, paddy field area and herb garden.
It's just passing by and taking pictures with your hands ~
I like this kind of children's museum very much. It has a variety of very rich displays.
The staff's service is very good. It's very suitable for parents and children to visit.