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The third major part of National Museum exhibition is Filipino aboriginal tribe costume and textile technology. This exhibition displays how fine work the textiles were made and unique textile pattern by each tribe. Want to see more national treasures collections ? Take some time to visit National Museum !

A traditional costume.

Some traditional textiles.

necklace and accessories.

An aboriginal costume with decorations.

A knife with coins decorations.

An aboriginal woman's costume.

An aboriginal man's costume.

An aboriginal family costume.

Aboriginal costume from mountain provinces.

skirt, from Samoki, mountain province.

Abongot, headdress, Apayao

Piece of beaten bark. from Negrito province.

An aboriginal woman is checking the textile.

TInagak, knotted abaca fibers. from Capiz / Bisaya.

An aboriginal woman is making textiles for clothes.

Vigan Foot Loom

A figure of Vigan Foot Loom.

Costume of Aboriginal tribe in South Cotabato.

National Museum is located at Ermita district in Manila City, just right beside Manila City Hall and Rizal Park.

Want to see more national treasures collections ? Take some time to visit National Museum !

National Museum of the Philippines

Address: P. Burgos Drive, Rizal Park, Ermita, Manila City, Philippines
Open Hours: Tuesdays - Sundays, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Entrance Fee: free admission.


Fine Art, Archaeology, Ethnography, Natural History


National Museum of Fine Arts
National Museum of Anthropology
National Planetarium
Regional Museums

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