Here's How You Can Visit the Ayala Museum for Free Until May 27

The slots are limited though.
IMAGE Jun Acullador

International Museum Day may have passed, but that certainly isn't going to stop Ayala Museum from doing a little belated celebrating. We can visit the museum for free on May 27. However, it does come with a tiny catch.

On May 26, the first 500 visitors who register online get to enjoy a free trip the day after from 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Keep in mind that registration opens at 4:00 p.m.

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Some of the newest additions to the museum are its Digital Gallery, which features eight interactive screens. Here, visitors can easily explore objects from Ayala's museum and library collections free of charge.

Two new exhibitions will be launched, as well. These are the Filipinas Heritage Library’s “Liberation: War & Hope” and the Manuel L. Quezon III-curated narrative extension of the Diorama Experience of Philippine History called “Diorama Dialogue.”

Those who don't make the cut, however, can still get a virtual tour of the museum through a social platform called Gather. They can choose to explore a 2D rendering of Ayala Museum, including each of its 60 historical dioramas. It will be accessible from May 27 until June 27.

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