The Philippine Museum
Within a resplendent neoclassical building, this superlative museum houses a vast and varied collection, including the skullcap of the Philippines’ earliest known inhabitant, Tabon Man (said by some to actually be a woman), who lived around 24,000 BC. A large section of the museum is devoted to the wreck of the San Diego, a Spanish galleon that sank off the coast of Luzon in 1600, with salvaged items such as shell-encrusted swords, coins, porcelain plates and jewelry on display.
The National Museum of Natural History is the national natural history museum of the Philippines. It is located along the Agrifina Circle in Rizal Park, Manila.Floors: 6