In an effort to always look for new and fresher ways to share Philippine art and culture, Ayala Museum invited a select few of Instagrammers and bloggers to be part of their new project #MuseumUncovered.


We have some BTS (behind-the-scenes) shots from louiegraphy who was one of those lucky few people who got the chance to tour Ayala Museum while it was closed to the public and absolutely empty. This was the first time they've ever done this so it was no surprise that the participants had an absolutely great time. Imagine having the whole museum for yourself to enjoy. Priceless!


It was indeed a special tour to get a chance to see the museum in its rawest form says Louie. The best part was definitely allowing the participants to take pictures in most of the galleries and capture the museum as nobody else has done before.


Organizer Spike Acosta giving a tour during #MuseumUncovered


An exhibit of Chinese and Southeast Asian ceramics found in the Philippines. Visit A Millennium of Contact for more info.


Visit The Diorama Experience for more info. You can also view the dioramas as part of Ayala Museum's participation in the international Google Art Project. Click here to view the high resolution images.


Visit Maritime Vessels for more info.


Ayala Museum is located at Makati Avenue corner Dela Rosa Street, Greenbelt Park, Makati City. Operating hours is from Tuesday to Sunday 9am to 6pm.