Ayala Museum is open Tuesdays to Sundays from 9 am to 6pm. Its library facility, Filipinas Heritage Library, is open from Tuesday to Saturday with the same operating schedule.
|Regular Resident*||Resident Student/Senior Citizen||Regular non-resident||Non-resident Student/Senior Citizen|
|Basic Admission||Php 150||Php 75||Php 350||Php 250|
|Full Admission**||Php 225||Php 125||Php 425||Php 300|
* Residents are Filipinos and foreigners with proof of residence in the Philippines.
** Basic admission covers Ground to Third Floor galleries, while full admission covers admission until the Fourth Floor galleries, which include pre-colonial gold and other special artifacts.
*** Teachers get free admission year-round upon presentation of their faculty IDs.
Groups of up to 20 pax who wish to book a guide are requested to coordinate with our Tours staff at (632) 759 82 88 local 35 / email@example.com at least 3 days before visit.
Fee is Php 100 per head on top of admission fees.
Power Mac Center provides Ayala Museum with audio guides for its The Philippine Diorama Experience exhibition. Devices are available for rent for Php 75.
Augmented Reality Guides
Through a partnership with the Harish & Johnsen Group and the support of Globe, Avida Land, and Power Mac Center, visitors can try out fascinating 3D-on-3D augmented reality guides bringing some of the dioramas to life through exciting animations, sound effects, and narrations. Available for rent for Php 95. Read more about it HERE.
School/Big Group Tours
Tour operators, schools and other institutions may arrange facilitated field trips to Ayala Museum by booking with our Tours Department through (632) 759 8288 local 35 / firstname.lastname@example.org. Bookings should be made at least a week in advance.
Whole day library access is Php 100, discounted to Php 50 for senior citizens and students.
Ceramics Study Center
Ceramics are perhaps the most functional and universal form of art that has endured for millennia amidst modernization. Students, teachers, and scholars are welcome in the Ceramics Study Center in the fourth floor to examine more than 2,000 ceramic objects (from the Robert T. Villanueva Foundation) that showcase the artistry of Chinese potters, or browse through 700 publications on the art and history of ceramics (courtesy of John D. Forbes).
We encourage visitors to set an appointment prior to their visit.
Please call Tenten Mina at (632) 759-8288 local 17, or e-mail her at email@example.com for inquiries, or to schedule an appointment.
Before leaving the museum, make sure to drop by this special nook at the Third Floor and help yourself with a selection of exhibition catalogs, art books, artistic home decor, and other novelties and gift items.
Location and Landmarks
Ayala Museum is located at the corner of Makati Avenue and De La Rosa Street, nearer the Arnaiz Avenue (Pasay Road) end of the popular thoroughfare. It is right across The Link, The Landmark; adjacent to the PLDT building and Greenbelt.
Other distinct landmarks within the vicinity are Makati Shangri-la, Fairmont/Raffles Hotel, New World/Renaissance Hotel. It is also walking distance from Glorietta, Holiday Inn, Ayala Triangle Gardens, Intercontinental Hotel Manila, and the MRT Ayala Station.
Parking and Accessibility
Regular parking is available in adjacent Greenbelt Mall complex.
Ramps are located at the De La Rosa entrance. Wheelchairs for guests with special needs are available at the Ayala Museum front desk.