The Museo ng Makati is a community museum located in Makati City, Manila. Constructed in 1918, the building served as the town hall of Makati from 1918 until 1961. The Museo ng Makati was created through Municipal Ordinance 1896. Primarily a community museum, it is has a collection of treasures, artifacts and relics of Makati City‘s past. Apart from the dioramas of Philippine ethnic rituals, World War II photographs, Antique books and other permanent collection, the city’s history is carefully depicted on murals and paintings. A section of the museum is utilized as a venue for cultural presentations, arts & crafts demonstrations and other activities during special events. The Museo ng Makati is located on JP Rizal Street, on the corner of A and Mabini Street. They are open from Monday through Fridays, from 8:00am in the morning until 5:00pm in the afternoon. Admission is free.