The best about Adamson is that it’s at the heart of everything.
1. Cinematheque Centre Manila
If you have a long break time to spend and you are not in the mood for reading your notes then try visiting Cinematheque Centre Manila which is a 5-minute walk from the university. This place houses a film museum, where you can check old movie posters and iconic movie artifacts from classic films, and a cafe for film enthusiasts. You can also check their facebook page for monthly screenings at their theater.
2. National Museum of Anthropology
Get your daily dose of the Filipino culture! Visiting the National Museum of Anthropology, formerly the Museum of the Filipino People, can give you a refreshing feeling of inspiration and motivation. This can also help with your Philippine History and Government classes or with your Humanities subject.
3. National Museum of Fine Arts
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If going to the National Museum of Anthropology is not enough then visit its sister building, the National Museum of the Fine Arts, which houses a collection of paintings and sculptures by national artists. The famous Spolarium of Juan Luna can be found at the Old Senate Hall on the first floor.
4. Rizal Park
Getting stressed out with your subjects? Maybe what you need is a leisure walk along Rizal Park. A University of Michigan study says that walks along nature can boost your memory. It can also help in reducing the stress and mental fatigue you are having.
5. Paco Park
You can also hide away at Paco Park which is a 10-minute walking exercise from Adamson. Its silence can cover you up as you review for your hell week. Be prepared for an umbrella though, because the park is an open ground and it might get sunny or rainy when you visit.
6. National Library
If it is the total silence that you are really looking for then just cross Taft Avenue and walk your way to the National Library of the Philippines. Home to one of the prized novels that changed Philippine history, the National Library is also a great resource for rare books that you will need for your thesis or final paper.
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Looking for a quick escape out of this world? Well, this may not get you far away from Earth but the Planetarium can help you get a feeling farther than school stress. Take a quick break and just stroll around the Planetarium. If you are right on time, there are also scheduled shows at the dome.
8. Chinese and Japanese Garden
If the Rizal Park and Paco Park are still a distraction, you can also find your zen at the Chinese and Japanese Garden. With an entrance fee of P10, you can focus on what you are reviewing or meditate on your life decisions.