Ayala Museum’s gift of inspiration

Building on its vision to ‘Inspire Every Day’, Ayala Museum relaunches the new Ayala Museum Membership, which allows the cardholder one-year unlimited museum access, as well as discounts to the museum shop and café, invitations to events, and special benefits with partner establishments.  The new membership package, which comes with a special edition membership card and the maiden issue of the Ayala Museum Magazine, is a perfect gift not just for the holiday season but for any occasion.

Ayala Museum Magazine

This issue of the Ayala Museum Magazine highlights the museum’s partnership with the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts in London. It also features events, exhibitions, and other museum highlights from the past year.  “As you leaf through its pages, you will see for yourself how we try to ‘Inspire Every Day’ through programs that facilitate learning, elevate the spirit, enlarge thought and feeling, stretch the imagination, or simply offer an enchanting experience,” says Mariles Gustilo, Senior Director for Arts and Culture, Ayala Foundation, Inc.


The new premiere membership, available for P3,500, offers unlimited visits to the museum for the member and four additional guests, unlimited use of the Filipinas Heritage Library for the cardholder, invitations to all museum-produced exhibitions, 10% cash discount on selected items at the Museum Shop all year-around, discounts on all museum-produced programs including lectures, workshops, symposia and family activities, and discounts at Fully Booked, Power Mac Center, The Mind Museum, Museum Cafe and other partner establishments.


The regular membership, available for P1,500, offers unlimited visits to the museum for the member and one additional guest, as well as unlimited use of the Filipinas Heritage Library and the same discounts given to premiere members.


For inquiries and reservations, call 759 82 88 or email membership@ayalamuseum.org.




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