The large and comprehensive National Museum of the Philippines
preserves and showcases the cultural, historical and natural
heritage of the islands with collections housed in two different
buildings (both located within Rizal Park). Exhibits are
categorised in five divisions: art, botany, zoology, geology and
anthropology. Among the many archaeological exhibits is the skull
of 'Tabon Man': the oldest human remains found in the archipelago.
The section devoted to the Filipino People includes the preserved
remains and treasures of the San Diego Spanish galleon that sank in
Philippine waters in 1600. A deeply interesting place to visit for
tourists to the Philippines looking to grips with the local
Address: Padre Burgos Street, Rizal Park Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: (0)2 527 1215 Opening Time: Tuesday to Sunday from 9am to 5pm Admission: Free
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