By MB Online
The National Museum of Natural History will finally open its doors to the public on May 18, in time for the celebration of the International Museum Day.
Visitors can tour the museum for free from Tuesday until Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm.
Last October, the National Museum of Natural History held a one-day open house to provide a sneak peek of the museum’s flora and fauna exhibit, as well as the life-size replica of the longest crocodile in captivity ‘Lolong.’
Besides the replica, Lolong’s preserved body will also be displayed in the building.
The museum’s opening date was first announced early this year.