September 29, 2017

History Comes Alive: The Marcos Diaries, with Professor Ambeth Ocampo

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  • Want to know the secrets kept during the life of the late president Marcos? Now is the right time! Come and be part of Ayala Museum’s History Comes Alive: The Marcos Diaries, with Professor Ambeth Ocampo as its facilitator for the day.

    Professor Ambeth Ocampo is a multi-awarded journalist and historian, and one of the most prominent figures in decoding the life and image of our national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal. Aside from his deep knowledge about Rizal, he’s known for his witty narratives, unconventional anecdotes and a distinct perspective on Philippine history.

    /IMAGE Ayala Museum

    Happening this coming September 30, 2017 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM at the Ayala Museum, Makati City, come and be part of a lecture forum that will reveal secrets from the past! The lecture fee is Php 375 inclusive of museum admission and a discount voucher for book purchase.

    Seats for the lecture forum may be reserved starting 1:00 PM of the lecture date. However, 10 minutes before the lecture, reserved tickets will still be accepted, however vacant reserved seats will be offered to walk-ins guests.

    This is a Press Release from Ayala Museum
    Image Source: Ayala Museum 

    What: History Comes Alive: The Marcos Diaries with Professor Ambeth Ocampo
    Where: Ayala Museum, Makati City
    When: September 30, 2017
    Ticket Price:

    • Regular – Php 375
    • Discounted Price – Php 300 (available for Ayala Museum Members, AGC employees, and ARC Members only.)
    • Students, Teachers – Php 275
    • Senior Citizens – Php 267

    For inquiries and reservations:
    CALL: 759 82 72



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