Natural History Museums in Luzon

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Natural History Museums in Luzon

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  • Ron
    Taguig City, Philippines4,334 contributions
    The National Museum of Natural History
    Just reopened to public sometime in 2018, and i just had an opportunity to visit earlier this 2020.
    They had reopened, and its really worth the visit.
    Ive been to national musuem when i was in gradeschool and lets say thats about 30 yrs ago.
    It was new look now plus the skeleton of lolong which is the longest crocodile in phils.
    The museum looks moders now.
    But still the history is there.
    Every corner of every floor have its own story and history.
    Its worth the visit though i loved the fine arts more than the national history. Just my opinion..
    Free of entrance
    8 to 4 pm admission if am not mistaken.
    Written April 27, 2020
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  • Eileen L
    Metro Manila, Philippines132 contributions
    Made a very pleasant visit to this museum which actually has a strong enough collection of Cordillera-pegged artifacts but I would really hope they could work on the educational material supporting it. Given that this is a museum within one of the key learning places of Baguio, students (and other visitors) need to be disabused of the myth of precoloniality of the Tasaday, etc.Let's work against revisionism one educ panel at a time. That said, I can only wish this museum good vibes. We educators do need you!
    Written June 13, 2018
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  • shiela inocencio
    Manila, Philippines73 contributions
    part of the educational tour of the HUMSS graduating class, this museum helps them see different species of plants, collection of birds and rare animals.
    Written May 20, 2019
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  • Reigngoaway
    Legazpi, Philippines84 contributions
    been there for our cultural heritage mapping and it so happen that fortunately we have one in the city but sad to say, the icons and the what used to be the museum is in disarray because of the renovation/transfer of the displays to a newer museum(@gregorian mall, in front of the Albay Cathedral, is still under construction upto this moment..wheeew!)...some of the pieces were well kept though according to the curator. interestingly, mounted tarps of pix of the city's beginnings since the spanish era are present,mayon eruption pics are there too.maybe if the mall is done, we'll see the revival of the said museum..
    Written January 3, 2016
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  • L T
    San Pedro, Philippines358 contributions
    Entrance fee of 30 pesos for the museum at the 2nd floor. A guide will tour you about the history of Catanduanes. You can also ask about the places you want to visit during your stay in Catanduanes.
    Written May 1, 2019
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