Drop by the MET with your family, students, colleagues, and friends to learn more about Philippine art and culture through our ongoing exhibitions!
Monday to Saturday
10:00 AM to 5:30 PM
Closed on Sundays and Holidays
Php 100 – Adults and students
Php 90 – Adults and students (minimum of 50 persons)
Php 80 – Senior citizens and persons with disability
Guided operational tours (optional)
Php 500 – Groups with less than 50 persons
To book a tour, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 708 – 7829.
Free Admission Tuesdays*
Since its 40th anniversary last 2016, the MET is open to all for free every Tuesday.
*excludes guided tours
Free Saturday Tours at 2 PM
Every week, the MET offers free guided tours of the major exhibitions at 2pm. Inquire at the front desk to avail of the free tour.
Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Complex,
Roxas Boulevard Malate, 1554 Manila Philippines
Where We Are
We are located at the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Complex along Roxas Boulevard and near Pablo Ocampo Street (formerly Vito Cruz).
We are across the Manila Yacht Club and diagonal to the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP).
Parking is available in front of the museum.
How to Get to Us?
Get off either at Quirino or Vito Cruz Stations, stations that are within the museum vicinity.
Via Bus or Jeepney:
At Taft Avenue, get off at Pablo Ocampo Street then take the CCP Orange Shuttle. Get off at the corner of Pablo Ocampo Street and Roxas Boulevard, and walk to the right along the service road until you reach the museum.
For the protection of the artworks and other collections, and for a hassle-free and enjoyable experience of the exhibits, please observe the following guidelines.
All bags will be checked by the guard-on-duty upon entry at the museum. Big bags, umbrellas and large packages must be deposited at the check-in counter at the entrance. Light valuables must be carried by the visitor at all times inside the Museum.
Taking of pictures and videos is allowed inside the museum. However, use of camera flash is prohibited.
Visitors are reminded not to touch the paintings, sculptures, and other objects on display. For exhibits that are marked as touchable or tactile, visitors are encouraged to explore the tactile pieces with caution.
FOOD AND DRINKS
Eating and drinking are strictly prohibited inside the museum.
Smoking is not permitted anywhere in the museum premises.