So what's up with the long queue outside of The National Museum of Natural History?
My daughter, younger sister, my nephew, and I decided to visit this former Department of Tourism building to see what the latest craze is all about. I mean, rarely do people visit museums to be hip or in but that's exactly what's going on right now.
The National Museum of Natural History is housing various...
Philippine flora and fauna species. It officially opened on May 18 of this year and has since seen thousands of visitors. That afternoon of June 1, alone, there were hundreds of us who got in line just to have our bags checked and got into another line just to deposit big bags. Anyway, it took us almost an hour before we finally got in to enjoy the features.
Of course, the star of the show is Lolong (the longest crocodile in the country).
The plant and animal species weren't the only things that you would enjoy inside the museum. To those who love an architectural visual treat won't be disappointed. The tree of life stands like a titan in the middle of the ground floor and your visit to the place won't be considered complete without the mandatory photo shoot of this architectural piece. Its main trunk supports the elevator that takes people from the ground up to the higher floors.
Apart from Lolong and this architectural beauty, you will also see a lot of awesome marine and land species. Here are some more photographs of the things that you will enjoy there --
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Entrance to the museum is FREE. So you can take the whole family to enjoy the expedition with you!
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