The National Museum of the Philippines (Filipino: Pambansang Museo ng Pilipinas) is a government institution in the Philippines and serves as an educational, scientific and cultural institution in preserving the various permanent national collections featuring the ethnographic, anthropological, archaeological and visual artistry of the Philippines. Since 1998, the National Museum has deemed as reg ...
ulatory and enforcement agency of the National Government in the restoring and safeguarding of important cultural properties, sites and reservations throughout the Philippines.
The National Museum operates the National Museum of Fine Arts, National Museum of Anthropology, National Museum of Natural History, and National Planetarium, all located in the vicinity of Rizal Park.
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This is a long overdue post. And since I convinced myself that I am busy, I never really got to post about the weekend that was well spent in Manila.
Four months after the Philippine National Museum of Natural History opened to the public, we were able to visit the new treasure of the city of Maynila!
The National Museum of Anthropology houses different kinds of prehispanic artifacts like burial jars, weapons, and armory, crafts from the various ethnolinguistic groups and indigenous people, weaving looms, fabrics, native costumes, porcelain, ceramics, musical instruments, ancient writing script, and accessories.
I recently wrote this article Smart Parenting about the National Museum of Natural History last month and I wanted to share here and add more photos as well. Happy exploring!
Recently, the National Museum of Natural History just opened with a bang! Opening their doors, cases and glass cabinets to everyone with items that are extremely rare and can only be found here - absolutely for FREE. The National Museum staff and researchers exerted their effort to preserve and keep these items for the next generation. It is my and your wealth! So, what are you waiting for? Tara na sa National Museum of Natural History.
The Philippines is now facing natural resource scarcity due to numerous-factors, foremost of which was the degradation of terrestrial and marine ecosystems.
Environment Secretary Roy A. Cimatu said this in his keynote speech marking the country's celebration of the International Day for the Year of Biodiversity (IDYB) held at the National Museum of Natural History along T.M. Kalaw Avenue in Malate, Manila, on May 22.
In his speech, Cimatu underscored the need to protect the country's terrestrial and marine ecosystem through stronger protection measures for the country's protected areas c ...