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Permanent Exhibitions
Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Collection

Classical Philippine Goldwork of the 8th to the 13th century
Basement Gallery

Gold ornaments, ritual pieces, and barter rings – evidences of a flourishing pre-colonial Filipino society actively engaged in local and international trade.

Classical Philippine Pottery of the 8th to the 13th century -
Basement Gallery

Pottery used by pre-colonial Filipinos as household implements, ritual articles, and burial vessels.

Aura: Religious Art from the BSP -
Basement Hallway

Religious images crafted by Filipino artist to capture spiritual aura represented by a halo of gold.

Hidalgo: The Colonial Subject as Master
Galeriya Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas

Works of Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo (1855-1913) in an exhibit paying homage to the Master

A Century and a half since…
Galeriya Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas

A special 150th commemorative exhibition on Juan Luna (1857 - 1899), a towering figure in Philippine art.

Three Budda Mothers

Figurative sculptures by Agnes Arellano that convey the spiritual in everyday life.


Admission fees:

P 100 Adults/Private school all level/ College
P 80 Senior Citizen and Persons with disabilities

Tour guide

P 500 Guided tour
Complimentary for group of 50 persons and more

Free of Charge (FOC)
oOcular visit for maximum of three persons
oTeachers/faculty for group tours w/valid ID
oBangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Officers and Employees

Museum hours

Monday to Saturday from 9am to 6pm except Sundays, Holidays and every first Monday of the month.

Contact Information

Administration : 708-7829
Exhibition and Education Programs Department : 708-7827
Facsimile : 708-7829

Website: www.metmuseum.ph
Email address: info@metmuseum.ph
FB: www.facebook.com/metmuseum.manila

Where we are

We are located at the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Complex along Roxas Boulevard near Pablo Ocampo Street (formerly Vito Cruz). We are across the Manila Yacht Club and diagonal to the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP).

How to get to us

Via LRT: You may get off either at Quirino or Vito Cruz Stations, stations that are within Museum vicinity.

Via Bus or Jeepney: At Taft Avenue, get off at Pablo Ocampo St. Take the CCP Orange Shuttle. Get off at the corner of Pablo Ocampo Street and Roxas Blvd, and walk to the right along the service road until you reach the Museum.

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