Laguna, Philippines.

UPLB Museum of Natural History

Address: Los Baños, Laguna
Contact#: (109) 2864
Open Hours:
8:00am - 5:00pm (Monday to Saturday)
Entrance Fee: P10 (Adult), P5 (Children)


The museum was established on September 30, 1976. It is a very historical and educational museum since we were able to see the different evolution of humans, mammals and how they were discovered. Here, you will learn a lot in terms of knowing their life cycle. It will help you realize that Philippines have lots of wonders.

                In my own experience of having been there, I and my groupmates tried to visit this wonderful museum for us to witness its beauty, to learn things and have fun at the same time. We’ve been there last September 1, 2010 and we discover lots and lots of things in this museum.

                We saw the amazing development of the fetus from its 1st month up to its last month. You will see in this museum how they preserved the fetuses. We’re really amazed and shocked because it was our first time to see real fetus. We took photos of it and you will see it on this page.

                This museum also contains the Philippine eagle, tamaraw, tarsier, snails in Mt. Makiling and Laguna de Bay, Philippine plants, forests, shells, Philippine cobras, marine turtles and mammals; and a Philippine map made of 4,012 locusts and lahar from Mt. Pinatubo.

               After having been there, I realized that the Philippines is such a wonderful place and it has lots of indigenous things, place and animals. This museum contains a very wonderful restorations and collections. You will also discover things that you didn’t know yet and in here you will see things for the first time in real life.

                I’ll assure you, that after going in this museum you will not leave the museum without you knowing things and learning. You will learn a lot on this.

                Going there is one such memorable experience. :)

Written by: Micah Bautista