The Museum of Philippine Maritime History in Iloilo City opened on January 14, 2023, on the ground floor of the refurbished old Customs House located at Muelle Loney Street, corner Aduana Street in the city proper.
Inside the Museum of Philippine Maritime History
The museum has two galleries.
The first gallery (right side) is where you can find about Philippine maritime history until the end of the Spanish period
The second gallery (left side) is focused on the American period up to the current situation of our maritime industry.
Here’s a tour of what is inside the museum:
|Bulwagan A||Gallery A|
|Ang Kapuluaan ng Pilipinas at ang Sinaunang Panahon||The Philippine Archipelago and the Early Communities|
|Ang mga Dagat ng Pilipinas at ang mga Unang Panggalugad ng mga Europeo||The Philippine Seas and the Early European Explorations|
|Ang mga Dagat ng Pilipinas sa Ika-18 Dantaon||The Philippine Seas in the 18th Century|
|Bulwagan B||Gallery B|
|Ang Kapuluan ng Pilipinas: Mula aa Kalayaan Tungo sa mga Bagong Mananakop||The Philippine Islands: From Independence to New Colonizers|
|Ang mga Dagat ng Pilipinas sa Panahong Kasalukuyan||The Philippine Seas at Present|
|Ang Industriya ng Pangingisda sa Pilipinas||Fishing Industry in the Philippines|
Ang Kapuluan ng Pilipinas at ang Sinaunang Bayan (The Philippine Archipelago and the Early Communities)
Part 1 reel version is published here. And you can view more photos here:
How to Get There
Museum of Philippine Maritime History is facing J.M. Basa Street. Here are the most convenient jeepneys you can ride:
3 UNGKA – ILOILO CITY PROPER VIA CPU
5 FESTIVE WALK TRANSPORT HUB ILOILO CITY PROPER VIA SM CITY
11 LA PAZ – ILOILO CITY PROPER VIA ISATU
15 MOLO – ILOILO CITY PROPER VIA BALUARTE LOOP