Located in the Philippines’ central business district, the Ayala Museum is 4-storey gallery that presents a wide collection of archeological artifacts, dioramas and chronological exhibition of the major events in the Philippine history and a display of the finest artworks from the leading Filipino artists.
The Ground Floor Gallery is a space used to showcase contemporary exhibitions: from the retrospectives of leading Filipino artists to international art in various media such as large-scale paintings, installation works and videos. It is a cxhanging exhibition just like the Third Floor Gallery and the Zobel multi-purpose hall where Philippine art from the 18th century to the contemporary are displayed.
The Second Floor Gallery is where the life-size dioramas which form the core of the museum’s historical collection and chronicle the rich tapestry of the Philippine history. The Fourth Floor Gallery is where the Philippine hidden treasures are found: The Gold of Ancestors, which is a gallery of more than one thousand gold objects that existed during the pre-colonial period, and A Millennium of Contact, which is a display of more than 500 ceramics that are considered evidences of the lively trade between China and Southeast Asia.
Address: Makati Avenue corner De La Rosa Street Greenbelt Park, Makati City
Telephone: (02) 759 82 88
Business Hours: Ground-Fourth Floor Galleries – Tuesdays-Sundays | 9am to 6pm
Filipinas Heritage Library – Tuesdays to Saturdays | 9am to 6pm
Artist Space – Mondays-Sundays | 10am to 7pm
Admission: Regular: Resident – P225; Student/ Senior Citizen: P125
Non–resident: Regular – 425; Student/ Senior Citizen: 300