IMG_5734_7B02916A0F1448289EAFF371121B67B2MANILA, Philippines – If you’re looking for new museums to explore, you’re in luck – the Quezon City Experience (QCX for short) at Quezon Memorial Circle just opened on November 9.
At the opening, QC mayor Herbert Bautista called QCX a “social history museum.” True enough, QCX is a big, spacious museum that allows visitors to learn more about the history and culture of the sprawling city. The mayor, together with Camarines Sur Third District Representative and vice-presidential candidate Maria Leonor “Leni” Robredo, cut the ribbon at museum’s opening.
WHITE LADY. A ghostly lady is said to appear underneath the trees along Balete Drive.
IMG_5700_BE6BC61738DE44AFA2FD9C2AD0DD0FABOPENING. Quezon City Mayor and Camarines Sur Representative and vice-presidential candidate Leni Robredo cut the ribbon at QCX’s opening.
If you’re planning a visit, you might want to allot an afternoon to explore it. QCX has 16 interactive galleries, and you’ll be stopping at each one – not just to read up on the info that’s offered on tablets and computers, but to take advantage of all the photo opportunities they offer.



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