The Ayala Museum in Makati’s Ayala Center is a six-storey complex that houses ethnographic and archaeological exhibits on Filipino art, culture, and history, situating contemporary Philippine art and culture in the global arena.
The museum is conveniently located next to Greenbelt, making it very accessible to commuters via the MRT Ayala Station.
Permanent Exhibitions (on top of changing exhibitions)
- The Diorama Experience – Sixty creatively handcrafted dioramas chronicling the Philippine history, which highlights prehistoric themes and major social and political events
- A Millenium of Contact – An exhibit of more than 500 Southeast Asian and Chinese ceramics
- Gold of Ancestors – More than a thousand gold objects from cultures that existed in the Philippines before colonization in the 16th century
- Pioneers of Philippine Art – Works of Filipino Artists Luna, Amorzolo, and Zobel from the late 19th to 20th century
|Hours||Tue-Sun, 9AM-6PM. Closed on Mondays.|
|Address||Makati Avenue corner De La Rosa Street, Greenbelt Park, Makati City, 1224 Philippines|
|Nearby Train Station||Ayala Station |
|Contact Number||(02) 759 8288|
Admission to the changing exhibits depends on current exhibit. Fees are subject to changes.
- Regular Adult (non-resident) - ₱425
- Regular Student, Senior Citizen, or PWD - ₱300
- Resident Adult - ₱225
- Resident Student, Senior Citizen, or PWD - ₱125