After its one-day open house on October 29 last year, the National Museum of Natural History is set to formally open in May 18, 2018—in time for the celebration of International Museum Day.
Happy New Year from our flagship museum complex in Manila.Thank you for your support in 2017, continuing to help us…
The National Museum of Natural History is the third building which completes the National Museum Complex in Manila along with the National Museum of Fine Arts and the National Museum of Anthropology. The new museum will showcase the country’s rich biodiversity and wide variety of flora and fauna, interactive activities and models, life-size replica of “Lolong the crocodile”, and many more.
Admission would be free of charge to all visitors as the National Museum of the Philippines declared in 2016 that entrance to its museums nationwide would be permanently free “…in order to build upon significant spikes in viewership, especially among younger Filipinos”.
Here are some things we could all look forward to see on May 18:
A scene from the NMNH's Open Day last October 29.A number of young visitors helped us celebrate the 116th anniversary…
We are thrilled to see all your photos with our recently concluded National Museum of Natural History Open House! What's your most favorite museum object in the exhibitions? We would love to know ! Take your cue from @noleenramos' photo of the replica of Lolong🐊 Thank you,@noleenramos! #natmuseumph #NationalMuseum #naturalhistoryph #naturalheritage #pamana #nmnh #PambansangMuseo #Repost @noleenramos (@get_repost) ・・・ Life-size replica of Lolong the crocodile at the @natmuseumph's Museum of Natural History. The gallery previews were incredible! So glad I had the chance to visit today. 😀