Museum of the Filipino People
Museum of the Filipino People (Taft Avenue, Ermita, Manila, 1000 Metro Manila) – this museum is part of the National Museum of the Philippines, this museum houses an Anthropological collection (containing several galleries displaying a collection of Pre-hispanic artifacts like burial jars, pots and ancient alphabet, crafts from the various ethnolinguistic groups, weaving looms, indigenous fabrics, native costumes and accessories, musical instruments, flora and fauna collection, implements associated with the rice cycle and a whole Ifugao hut). The displays are labeled with basic information and picture-taking is allowed (minus flash photography). The Museum is beside the Rizal (Luneta) Park and its worth a couple of hours visit in order to know more about the Philippines. Admission: Admission: P150 (adult), P120 (seniors), P50 (students). Free admission for all on Sundays. Hours: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm (Tuesday – Sunday).