National Museum Reopens to Visitors After Marcos Inauguration

You can visit for free.
Photo/s: Photo courtesy of National Museum of the Philippines website

Filipinos can again visit the National Museum complex in Manila starting Tuesday as it reopened following the inauguration of President Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos Jr. last week.

The museum complex is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., its administration said. Admission is free and visitors no longer need to make reservations for their visits.

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Since Manila is under Alert Level 1, visitors need to present proof of full COVID-19 vaccination and identity when visiting the National Museum.

Minors who are unvaccinated need to be accompanied by fully vaccinated adults.

Visitors need to have their temperatures checked before entering the museum. Face masks should also be worn at all times inside the museum complex.

The museum was temporarily closed for almost a month from June 6 to July 4 for preparations for the inauguration of Marcos Jr. as the 17th president of the Republic of the Philippines.

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