Ayala Museum, Makati CityCurrently Open
- Address: Dela Rosa Street, Makati, Kalakhang Maynila, Philippines, Makati City
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +63-27573000
- Ticket Price: 350 PHP
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Museum, Family And Kids, Arts And Crafts, Exhibition
About Ayala Museum, Makati City
This captivating museum features four floors of curated exhibits on Filipino culture, art and history. The 60 dioramas on display explain effectively the history of a courageous nation. The collection of pre-Hispanic gold jewelry and objects is another highlight with some exquisite pieces on display.
Filipino artistes like Luna, Amorsolo are represented as are talented international artistes like Kusama in the museum’s temporary exhibits. The Ayala museum is designed in such a way that it will be interesting for adults and kids alike.
Ayala Museum Information
- The gold collection at the museum is especially noteworthy.
Ayala Museum Ticket Prices
- Resident student and Senior Citizen PHP 75; Regular Resident PHP 150; Non Resident Student PHP 250.
How To reach Ayala Museum by Public Transport
- Bus: Makati Avenue Stop
- Jeepney: Ayala-Washington Terminal
Restaurants Near Ayala Museum
- Museum Cafe
- Circles Event Cafe
- Shang Palace
- Felix Restaurant
- Fely J’s Restaurant
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Ayala Museum, Makati City Reviews
Come here for Sunday buffet a strip advisor recommended. The environment is good, but food is normal quality, considering it’s price, it’s just wasting money, you can easy find something away better nearby by paying 1200p. Waiter and waitress can speak limited English.
Nice location, great ambiance, attentive wait staff. The food is okay (went there for breakfast) but a bit pricey.
Live Music. Foods looks delicious (although I haven't tried anything yet). Cozy. Relaxing.
A place for both pleasurable dining or even just for a quick cup of coffee. Bit noisy during late afternoons and weekends because of its location. Very proximate to Ayala Museum. I especially recommend its East Asian cuisine.
Sumptuous food with great music... Best time to go for brunch or an early dinner.