By Erika Sauler
The man himself is “eternally young,” hence the place celebrating his heroism should be e-qually appealing. A modernized shrine and museum on the life and legacy of national hero Dr. Jose Rizal, complete with interactive displays and cyberstations, was opened Friday at Fort Santiago, Intramuros, Manila, his place of incarceration before he was put to death by the Spanish colonial regime on Dec. 30, 1896.
A United States museum official says construction workers have found a tusk from an ice age mammoth.
Imagine yourself being carried in King Kong’s hand, or crossing a wrecked hanging bridge on a deep cliff or mingling with dinosaurs.
By Kristine Felisse Mangunay
While his decades-old artwork in Manila may soon be torn down, his creations in nearby Mandaluyong City are being saved and cherished.
By Nathaniel R. Melican
With the recent opening of the Valenzuela City Museum, outgoing Mayor Sherwin Gatchalian hopes to realize a longtime dream: To inspire residents by introducing them to the city’s rich history, bustling industry and culture.
The heritage plaza of Mandaue City will be converted into a museum during the “Gabii sa Kabilin” today from 6 p.m. to midnight.
By Doris C. Bongcac
, Edison A. Delos Angeles
A 99-year-old building in downtown Cebu City has just been given another lease on life. A year after Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama condemned the Gotiaoco Building, the city council declared it as a historical landmark.
By Maricar Cinco
The not-so-historic town of San Pedro in Laguna hopes to lure tourists and history buffs with the rise of an orchard and a museum devoted to former Vice President Salvador “Doy” Laurel.
By Cristina Arzadon
A bucolic town north of Laoag City, Bacarra, has been largely ignored by tourists on their way to to the more popular attractions in the province’s northern section because its town center is out of the usual road map.
THE recent robbery at the Fort San Pedro Museum may affect tourism in the 16th century historical landmark.
By Tina G. Santos
Curators and employees of the National Museum have pointed to their top two executives as the ones to blame for the decay of the clothes and shoe collection of former First Lady Imelda Marcos.
The US space shuttle Endeavour took its final flight Friday, making a spectacular series of flypasts over California before landing in Los Angeles where it will retire near its birthplace.
By Charisse Ursal
A visit to a museum has convinced Jessa Parreño to pursue a career in broadcast journalism once she completes a mass communication degree at the University of the Philippines College Cebu.