Along the historical Escolta St. is a museum that you may not even know exists. Welcome to the Calvo Museum.
The Calvo Museum is actually a private collection that was stored on the 2nd floor of the Calvo Building and the fun fact is that the Calvo building was once the home of DZBB. When Robert "Uncle Bob" Stewart founded the Republic Broadcasting System (RBS) in 1050, it operated in the Calvo Building.
The museum showcase collections of common things in the 1940's to the 1960's era. Old newspapers, pamphlets, magazines and even old bottles.
Life in the 40's to the 60's through magazines and other form of publications.
Bottles, Bottles everywhere!
Some of the old bottles that were displayed at the Calvo Museum.
The entrance fee is only P100.00 so visit the Calvo Museum and see a glimpse of the past.