This is one of the best art museums I've been to. A must visit. Juan Luna's Spoliarium is jaw-dropping.
You might want to own this museum, which is great for me. There are many things to watch and think about, including the ancient pottery/columbarium found in a cave many years ago. They still don't know who made it. Other exhibits and artifacts include a room dedicated to rice cultivation (I didn’t expect to have so many varieties, but as a staple food, this is necessary), rustic art, elements of a large Spanish sailing ship, and a ship without nails A boat that can carry out island hopping activities. It is free and easy to enter. I like museums because they can provide a background for unfamiliar places. This is done here.
Free to visit after signing inside. Bags can be brought in, but umbrellas cannot be brought in at the counter. It is not a particularly high-end art museum. There are no special requirements for clothing. Sandals can also be entered. There are many people. It is suitable for walking and taking pictures. I travel a lot, and no matter where I am, I visit art, national and cultural museums. Although I didn't expect anything special about Filipino art, I really like this huge place. From the sculptures in the first room you enter to the spectacular pictures of national treasures, from the 16th century to modern works, I love everything here. Be sure to look at the basement and the top floor. The labyrinth-like rooms are filled with high-quality exhibits... The 3-4 hours spent here will be a very worthwhile time. Congratulations to the curator of this museum, super Great collection