The Yuchengco Museum is located in Makati City, Manila. The Yuchengco Museum opened its doors to the public in September 2005, and its primary goal is to foster a greater public appreciation of art through the finest international as well as local, cultural, historical, and design exhibits and programs. The Yuchengco Museum was created to house the art collection of Alfonso T. Yuchengco, and highlight his distinguished career as a businessman, diplomat, collector, philanthropist, patron of the arts, and advocate for education in the Philippines and beyond. The Museum’s primary goal is to foster a greater public appreciation of the finest in Filipino and Filipino-Chinese visual arts and creativity. Located in Makati, the heart of Metro Manila’s financial district, the Museum is not only a “temple” that showcases art, but also a “forum” of exchange, debate, and education.
The Yuchengco Museum is located at the RCBC Plaza, at the corner of Ayala and Senator Gil Puyat Avenues in the financial district of Makati. Also at this corner are People Support Center, Makati Central Post Office, and The Columns (a three-tower residential condominium with shops). Most jeepneys and buses ply Ayala and Senator Gil Puyat Avenues. The Buendia and Ayala MRT stations are about two kilometers away from the museum. For those taking taxis, please mention to your taxi driver that you are heading to “RCBC Plaza.” Pay parking is available at the 5th and 6th level basement of RCBC Plaza (with free valet service). Their telephone contact number is (632) 889-1234.