Social history is the study of everyday life over time. It deals with the rich and vibrant lives of ordinary people—their belief systems, houses and belongings, clothing, food and utensils, art forms and leisure, relations with families, neighbours and the community, nature and their surroundings—and how these have changed, remained or disappeared.
The Museo ng Kasaysayang Panlipunan ng Pilipinas (Museum of Philippine Social History) provides a glimpse of Filipino social history in the past and today.
This museum is under the National Historical Commission of the Philippines.
While the museum does not currently have a website, information about its activities can be accessed through its Facebook profile.
Permanent Collections: textile, accessories, weaving and sewing implements, furniture pieces, kitchen/household implements, scale model of architectural pieces, traditional toys.
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