The Chinatown Museum


Lucky me! I was able to have the chance to visit the Chinatown Museum in Binondo, Manila. 

Chinatown Museum is a heritage & community space that shares interesting highlights of Binondo's history as one of the oldest Chinatowns in the world. 

The museum's visual narrative brings alive key social, cultural, economic, political & religious threads. Through topics like the rise of the Chinese mestizo & birth of the Katipunan stems from the heart of Binondo, its impact has changed the course of the country's history.



-Esteros de Binondo



-Mission Settlement

-Figures of Faith


-Mestizo de Sangley 



-Esteros de Binondo

-El 82

-Origins of Revolution

-Turn of the Century

-Botica de San Fernando

-Rosario Gallery

-Flavors of Binondo


-La Estrella del Norte

-Escolta Gallery

-Meisic Gallery

-Unionpay Gallery


Regular - 150

Senior Citizen - 120

Student - 100

*Ticket sales end 30 minutes before closing time.

Chinatown Museum is open from Tuesdays to Sundays 10 AM - 6 PM. 

Located on the 4th Floor, Lucky Chinatown Building A Reina Regente St., Binondo Manila

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