Planning A Visit


facade of yuchengco hallThe Museum is located at the 2nd level of the Don Enrique T. Yuchengco Hall in De La Salle University-Manila, 2401 Taft Avenue, Manila.


There is an admission fee of twenty five pesos (25.00 PhP) for non-DLSU Filipino students and individuals, and fifty pesos (50.00 PhP) for foreigners to be paid to DLSU Accounting Office to get admission tickets. Members of the DLSU community will have free admission. Official guests of DLSU directors, administrators, and faculty members will also have free admission.

On-site parking is subject to availability. Viewing hours are from 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Monday to Friday.

Group tours with a minimum of 40 participants can be accommodated on Saturdays. Requests should be made one week prior to the planned museum visit. For booking request, fill out the form available at the Museum’s security counter or e-mail the Curator at

Guided Tour

Guided tour may be provided depending on the availability of the curator and docents. To arrange for a guided tour, please call 524-4611 local 368 and look for Ms. May Viaje.

The Museum welcomes groups. Guided tour will be conducted for a minimum group size of 10 and a maximum of 80 persons on a first-come-first-served basis. Reservation must be made by phone and personal visit of the coordinator of the group at least two weeks in advance to fill up the booking form and discuss with him/her the guidelines. We advise that the coordinator of the group will also buy tickets during his/her visit.

Guidelines for Visitors

  • Surrender to the guard at the entrance counter bags, umbrellas, and large packages. Bring in only your valuables. You may bring in pencil and paper if necessary. Pens are not allowed inside the galleries.
  • Please observe silence at all times.
  • Eating and drinking, including chewing of gum, are not allowed inside the museum.
  • Refrain from touching the artworks, walls, and glass panels.
  • Photography and electronic recording of any kind are not permitted anywhere in the galleries.
  • The use of mobile phone is not allowed.
  • If visiting in groups, please do not crowd around an artwork. Keep a moderate amount of distance while viewing the works.
  • Only a maximum of 80 persons are allowed inside The Museum at any time. You may only be allowed to enter only when some of the audience have taken leave of the premises. Kindly wait for your turn.
  • Should any of the museum guards call your attention, kindly follow their instructions.