How to commute to National University Manila from Ayala Museum?

Last Updated on February 13, 2023

Get to National University Manila from Ayala Museum via MRT-3 and LRT-2

Public Transport Guide

  1. Walk

    Distance 806 m

    1. DEPART on to service road
    2. RIGHT on to Makati Avenue
    3. LEFT on to Parkway Drive
    4. RIGHT on to North Street
    5. RIGHT on to Courtyard Drive
    6. SLIGHTLY LEFT on to path
  2. RAIL - MRT3

    Ride MRT-3: Taft Ave - North Ave

    From: Ayala MRT

    To: Cubao MRT

    Fare: ₱20

    Provider: Manila Metro Rail Transit Corporation

  3. Walk

    Distance 513 m

    1. DEPART on to Farmers Footbridge
    2. LEFT on to steps
    3. RIGHT on to General Roxas Avenue
    4. LEFT on to General Araneta Avenue
    5. SLIGHTLY RIGHT on to Annapolis Street
    6. RIGHT on to Aurora Boulevard
  4. RAIL - LRT2

    Ride LRT-2: Recto - Antipolo

    From: Cubao LRT

    To: Legarda LRT

    Fare: ₱20

    Provider: Manila Light Rail Transit Authority

  5. Walk

    Distance 482 m

    1. DEPART on to path
    2. RIGHT on to Legarda Street
    3. LEFT on to Figueras Street
    4. CONTINUE on to M. Earnshaw Street
    5. RIGHT on to F. Jhocson Street

Ayala Museum

About Ayala Museum

The Ayala Museum is a museum in Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines. It is run privately by the Ayala Foundation and houses archaeological, ethnographic, historical, fine arts, numismatics, and ecclesiastical exhibits. Since its establishment in 1967, the museum has been committed to showcasing overseas collections and situating contemporary Philippine art in the global arena in a two-way highway of mutual cooperation and exchange with local and international associates. The museum was reopened...

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National University Manila

About National University Manila

National University (NU), colloquially National U, is a private non–sectarian coeducational university located in Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines. The founder of the university, Mariano F. Jhocson Sr., established the institution on August 1, 1900, as Colegio Filipino in Quiapo, Manila. It is considered as the first private nonsectarian and coeducational institution in the Philippines and also, the first university to use English as its medium of instruction, replacing Spanish. With its main...

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