Intramuros is a Latin word which means “within the walls” because of this, Intramuros is called the “Walled City”. Intramuros was built as defensive walls to protect the city from foreign invasions at that time. Visiting this place gives us a glimpse of our forefather’s lives during the Spanish era.
The Museo Pambata
Is a children’s museum in the Ermita district of Manila. It is located along Roxas Boulevard at the corner of Katigbak drive. It is an interactive museum where your children could learn from the exhibits using their total senses. The museum also has regular programs and events for various sectors.
The National Museum of the Philippines
Is a government institution which also serves as an educational, scientific and cultural institution. It runs the National Museum of Fine Arts, National Museum of Anthropology, National Museum of Natural History, and National Planetarium, all suited within the vicinity of Rizal Park.