National Museum celebrates Pride Month with rainbow flag

June 21st, 2018

The National Museum is proud to “reveal its colors” for Pride Month this year in its effort to show support for the LGBT+ community.

The local institution raised a rainbow flag on the facade of its main building, as they “continue to work on becoming truly universally accessible” museum. “The National Museum celebrates with our LGBTQI community and welcomes everyone to all our museums nationwide,” they said on their Twitter page.

The NM reveals its colors for Pride Month.

As we continue to work on becoming truly universally accessible, the National Museum celebrates with our LGBTQI community and welcomes everyone to all our museums nationwide.

Happy Pride Month!

— National Museum PH (@natmuseumph) June 20, 2018

Photo Credit: Museum of the Philippines

The National Museum recently opened its National Museum of History, completing the National Museum Complex. The Museum is open Tuesdays to Sundays, 10:00AM to 5:00PM. Entrance is free for all visitors.

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