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First of all, the exhibit here always changes more frequently than any other museum. The museum is quite smaller than I expected, so I thought this was just a quick tour but I underestimated it.
I went here during the International Museum Day (whereas the...More
This is the oldest privately-owned, publicly accessible, collection in Manila.
The institute is currently running an exhibition titled: two halves of a face. There are some interesting modern pieces, effectively contrasted with more seasoned artists.
You will also not be disappointed by the works of...More
I saw Sanso's early paintings here! It is very different from his recent paintings!
He has evolved! This Spanish guy loved the Philippines so much. He is now a permanent resident here in the Philippines and love to surprise you with his Tagalog! The guy...More
I went to the museum with a friend after we had lunch at Megamall. I've been meaning to go here since I heard they are holding the Espana y Filipinas, a painting by the remarkable Juan Luna. I was simply amazed by this tiny space's...More
The Lopez Memorial Museum is the oldest privately owned and managed museum and library specializing in Philippine material -t is not large, but the quality is high. It's good to check to see what the current exhibition is, as it will dominate most to fate...More
Historically interesting, impressive art collection & some seriously old books from 16th century. Friendly staff who take you on a tour, cheap to get in, well worth a look for those who like history & art.
Very unique design and concept made by local & international national artists. Very friendly and accommodating staff. Very affordable entrance rate and a very detailed guided tour is provided by their friendly tour guide.