Kids can go to Ayala Museum for free over the holidays
Give them the gift of creativity for Christmas
Dec 18, 2017
If you’re simply planning a staycation with the family this year, there are still a lot of things you can do in the city. You can go for a nice little picnic at the park (provided that it won’t rain) or hold a simple house party with friends, but if you want to get a little more creative, a trip to the museum is your best bet.
From Dec. 26 to 30, the Ayala Museum will open its doors for free to children ages 12 and below. Take a tour of the museum and let the young ones marvel at the Diorama of Philippine History and the Jose Rizal virtual reality experience.
Older companions can also enjoy and explore the rest of the museum with other exhibits that might strike their interests like the Gold of Ancestors exhibit, Curated by Federico de Vera, and Allison Wong David’s SPACE exhibit. Families can cap off their museum trip by admiring the Greenbelt Ayala Museum Experience (G.A.M.E.)’s Yarn Bomb Knit Bomb with Lulu Tan Gan.
There are many restaurants and cafés nearby as well where families can end the day with good food.
Kids from eight to 12 years old must bring a valid school ID or any ID indicating their birthday in order to avail the free passes. For more inquiries, you can contact 759-8288 or send an email to email@example.com.
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