The Philippine Army Museum is located southwest of the Headquarters, of the Philippine Army Complex at Fort Andres Bonifacio in Makati City, Manila. It is a replication of the old facility that used to be located at MacArthur Avenue corner Memorial Road, Fort Andres Bonifacio, Makati City. The museum is a repository of Antique guns, cannons, tanks and other relics of World War II as well as captured paraphernalia, ammunitions and weapons of the New People’s Army (NPA). The Philippine Army Museum and Library Foundation, Inc. was dismantled and rebuilt piece by piece to its present site. The Museum “tells” the story of the Philippine Army from 1898 up to the present. It is open from 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Monday to Friday. For $1.50 one will be taken on a tour of the museum by a civilian. The PAMLFI is located at the Philippine Army Complex, Lawton Avenue, Fort Andres Bonifacio, Makati City.