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VFP Museum (Veterans For Peace)
Veterans Road, Tuguig (Western Bicutan)
Tel 2-838-5312
Hours: Monday - Friday, 7am - noon, 1 - 4pm
Admission: 100 pesos

Click For EnlargementThis Museum is located next to the VFP Hospital in the Fort Bonifacio area of Manila. Built by the board of trustees of the Veterans of WWII on December 8, 1999 (58th anniversary of the Japanese attack on the Philippines) by President Estrada.

Outdoors Displays
Several guns and displays are outside the museum, including a 40mm Anti-Aircraft gun and 37mmAT gun.

120mm Dual Purpose Type 10 Gun (No 1)
Displayed outside the museum

120mm Dual Purpose Type 10 Gun (No 2)
Displayed outside the museum

120mm Dual Purpose Type 10 Gun (No 3)
Displayed outside the museum

47mm Anti-Tank Gun Type 1 (1941)
Displayed outside the museum

M3 Stuart Tank
Displayed outside the museum

15cm Anti-Submarine Mortar (No. 1)
Displayed in front of VFP Hospital, next to VFP Museum

15cm Anti-Submarine Mortar (No. 2)
Displayed in front of VFP Hospital, next to VFP Museum

Click For EnlargementLibrary & Archives
It includes an archives and book reading area (no materials can borrowed by visitors), and audio-visual area, and a large display. Of interest are wartime ear newspapers from the Japanese occupation that reveal blatant censorship about world events.

Click For EnlargementWeapons & Artifact Displays
The center area of the museum displays many small arms and infantry weapons of the Japanese and Allied forces. May of these items were donated by veterans for the collection, but lack any specific details about their use or capture. The collection includes: Type 94 37mm Anti-Tank Gun, Japanese Infantry Gun, Japanese "Woodpecker" machine gun and others.

Click For EnlargementGuerrilla Movement Displays
The perimeter of the museum display area contains life-sized, hand carved displays depict famous ambushes and successes of Guerrillas during WWII.

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Last Updated
May 3, 2016

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