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Museum of the Filipino People

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Reviewed June 30, 2014

After the visit from the National Museum galleries, we transferred to this equally interesting displays of artifacts. Less people around could mean not the peak time. We were early even waiting to open, nevertheless we were not disappointed. The San Diego shipwreck caught more attention....More

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Reviewed June 20, 2014

This museum has several very interesting exhibits: about folk costumes and the weaving traditions, the rice agricultural history and regional cultures, an amazing exhibit of anthropomorphic burial urns, the Laguna Copper Plate from the 10th century (in an exhibit devoted to the early writing system...More

Thank Witoldzio
Reviewed June 9, 2014

It's sad that there was hardly anyone visiting when we went there. The Museum of the Filipino People has several interesting galleries. The most prominent one was that of the San Diego wreck. One can learn so much from viewing the items found in the...More

Thank gafrancomd
Reviewed March 14, 2014 via mobile

Visit there on Saturday. The place is not crowded as I expected.Infact there were only handfull of visitors there.many galleries were closed.but they maintain the place and the environment very well.they allow cameras but it is prohibited to use flash lights.

Thank Fisher5478
Reviewed January 5, 2014

Located beside the National Museum of the Philippines, is the Anthropological collection housed in the Museum of the Filipino People which has several galleries displaying a collection of Prehispanic artifacts like burial jars, pots and ancient alphabet, crafts from the various ethnolinguistic groups, weaving looms,...More

Thank csaramir
Reviewed July 19, 2013

We visited on a Sunday so it was free entry. The San Diego wreck exhibits are interesting and there are many maps and artifacts. The museum needs more signs to direct you around and is a bit old-fashioned. However, it is worth a visit.

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It was free. I am not sure what time it opens.
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