Entrance fee is only P20 for civilians. It's not really a big museum and unless you're really interested in Air Force history, you might be disinterested with most of what they have on exhibit. There are a lot of uniforms, guns, plane models, plane parts
view of Resorts World near the museum's entrance
tour starts here (left side)
guns used during World War II (I believe)
one of the earliest planes used in combat (sorry,
am a girl, I didn't take note of the models)
cool thing to name a plane after Sumpak, an
improvides firearm we came up with
telephone used during the war
camera used during the war
night vision goggles
plane model on exhibit
an old car used as Presidential ride
the simulation room which wasn't open that day
(you pay for the gas to fire the thing up, and I was
concerned about not being eco-friendly anyway)
plane part (used for bombing, I assume)
another plane model inside
plane model outside
there were at least ten plane models outside
The Philippine Air Force Aerospace Museum also features a function room they rent out for P5,000 for the first 5 hours. You have to bring in your own caterer, sound system, etc. but the room is at the 2nd floor and overlooks the plane models outside. It can easily accommodate between 200-250 pax. It had high ceilings and great ventilation and a steal for the price. Perfect for aviation-themed weddings or birthday parties.
There is also a mini theater that can accommodate around 30-40 people. Air Force people were using it at the time we were there, as well as the lobby, which is why I don't have a picture of those.
For inquiries or to visit, just dial (63) 2-8323498. The Philippine Air Force Aerospace Museum is open at 8:00am - 12:00pm (Monday to Saturdays).