Free admission to the National Gallery. The appearance of the pavilion is already magnificent, European style, very beautiful and spectacular. It is 4 storeys high, with lifts available. Because it is close to the Royal City of Manila, it is getting hot outside, so you can come in and sigh and sigh.
The Philippine People’s Museum is just across the road from the National Art Gallery of the Philippines. This magnificent building was originally the Capitol of the Philippines, and there are still several halls that have retained their original appearance, let alone in Southeast Asia, even if they were moved to Europe. Similar to the National Museum of Mexico, the exhibitions here also started from the religious art of the Spanish colonial era. After several generations of local painters, they have evolved into contemporary art that is elusive today. There is also a special Rizal hall, which exhibits various artworks with the theme of Rizal, including a sketch that Rizal himself painted when he was studying in Europe. Compared with paintings, the sculptures in the art gallery are somewhat rough, looking like old building components that have been dismantled.