Museum of Philippine Economic History, the Philippines


Opened in February 2019, the Museum of Philippine Economic History aims to share the rich narrative of the Philippines’ economic history.

The Museum, housed in the Ynchausti y CompaƱia building which was restored by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines in 2018, showcases 13 galleries, including informative displays, artifacts, and interactive features detailing the journey of the nation toward self-sustainability, innovation, and self-enterprise.

Permanent collections:

  • Blue and white ceramics
  • Rice farming tools
  • Blacksmithing tools
  • Tobacco
  • Indigenous textiles
  • Body ornaments
  • Sugar mills
  • Train wheels
  • Numismatics
  • Silverware
  • Coconut products
  • Manila hemp


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