National Museum of the Philippines
The National Museum of the Philippines is the repository and guardian of the Philippines' natural and cultural heritage. As one of the lead government cultural agencies, it is tasked to instill cultural consciousness and a sense of pride and nationalism among Filipino citizens through its activities covering the sciences, education and culture.

Malacañang Museum
Malacañang is the physical center of the Philippine power, an important site of history and architectural heritage. It is the official residence of the majority of the highest officials of the land since 1863. A former resident of the Palace said is is one of the most comfortable and delightful homes in the tropics.

De La Salle University Museum
The Museum supports the University’s objective to raise the cultural and artistic consciousness of the members of the academic community.

Ayala Museum
Museum of Philippine History. Official site with list of exhibits.

Lopez Memorial Museum
The Lopez Memorial Museum was opened by Eugenio and Fernando Lopez in memory of their parents. It houses a collection of Rizal memorabilia, and Luna and Hidalgo paintings.

Museo Pambata
Features news, events, interactive exhibits and other information about the Museo Pambata (Children's Museum)in the Philippines.

Southwestern University Museum
Igorot exhibits at the Southwestern University Museum.

The Philippine Comics Art Museum
This web site is a database of Filipino artists, comics and artworks.

University of San Carlos Virtual Museum
The virtual museum's collection presents an extensive overview of the rich Philippine history and cultural heritage, exhibits and general information with and different artifacts categorized by sections, world regions and chronology.


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