Ayala Museum is hinting at a possible reopening after more than two years of hiatus!
The six-story contemporary art museum located in Makati closed its doors in June of 2019 for renovations, but the pandemic extended the closure up to the present. They've been going online with virtual exhibitions and galleries ever since.
In a series of tweets starting on Nov. 24, the museum has been hyping up its followers with news of a soft opening "real soon" with a newly-minted Filipinas Heritage Library.
Their Twitter display name has also been changed to "Ayala Museum is Opening Soon!"
I can finally legit say, SEE YOU GUYS REAL SOON. ?— Ayala Museum is Opening Soon! (@ayalamuseum) November 24, 2021
A brand new Ayala Museum and Filipinas Heritage Library.— Ayala Museum is Opening Soon! (@ayalamuseum) November 24, 2021
Soft opening soon. ? pic.twitter.com/jHfzAv95Cj
As of writing, their website has been wiped out to make room for "BRAND NEW WAYS" splash page that links to their 2016 exhibit "Fernando Zobel: Prints and Drawings."