Very lovely little museum, upstairs directly from the second floor, there are three floors. Photographs are not allowed in the library. The rooms that fully and truly show the life of the upper class during Spanish colonial period, from living rooms, bedrooms, dining rooms to toilets and kitchens, are exquisite. 75 pesos is a good deal! After coming out, you can also see the stables and wells.
It's just passing by and taking pictures with your hands ~
I like this kind of children's museum very much. It has a variety of very rich displays.
The staff's service is very good. It's very suitable for parents and children to visit.
It is the first interactive children's Museum in the Philippines. The learning center is divided into six thematic areas: Kalikasan (environment), Maynila Noon (old Manila), Tuklas (science), Paglaki Ko (career choice), Katawan Ko (physical operation), and Bata SA Mundo (other children in the global village). There are also reading resource centers and amusement parks, as well as storytelling, doll shows, workshops and other venues.
For children's museums, I think it's good, very comfortable and wonderful.