Saturday, May 14, 2011

Free Admission at Ayala Museum!

Check out the diorama of Philippine history located at the second floor. For visual learners, it's a treat to see the miniature depictions of key historical events that shaped our country. 

The last time I was there, there was an adorable grandma-granddaughter pair examining every panel. I kept overhearing their conversation (well, maybe because I was intentionally eavesdropping). The grandma seemed to know a thing or two about Philippine history. Or perhaps she was just reading the descriptions, who knows? But the little girl was visibly having fun while asking  question after question... intelligent questions, no less. It was such a pleasant sight.

The "diorama stroll" is a highly recommended activity that I hope other grandparents would consider as a bonding moment with their grandchildren.

And that's just one section of the museum. There are several other floors with fascinating exhibits. 

Free admission or not, Ayala Museum is definitely worth a visit. 

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