National Museum of Natural History is now Officially Open for Public!
After Five (5) years of construction and renovation, On May 18, the National Museum of Natural History is now open for public use. At the same time, May 18 is also an International Museum Day, the day promotes the awareness of the fact that museums are an important part of culture and develop mutual understanding, peace, and cooperation among the people.
As of this writing, there are currently six (6) out of twelve (12) available galleries for viewing, the other half will be open later this year. It also features the replica of Lolong, the largest crocodile in the world.
All national museums are free and it opens daily except Mondays from 10AM to 5pm (4:30pm last call)