|QCX - Quezon City Interactive, Social History Museum|
The Quezon City Government has opened the QCX (QC Experience), an interactive museum showcasing the city’s rich history and transformation as the country’s premier city.
QCX, an interactive socio-cultural museum and green compliant building, opened its doors to the public with ribbon-cutting ceremonies led by the Mayor Herbert M. Bautista, Vice Mayor Josefina Belmonte and Congresswoman Leni G. Robredo as the guest of honor.
Unlike other museums, QCX enables visitors to relive and experience moments in the city’s history with the use of technology. As an experiential museum, QCX also provides visitors a chance to interact with the displays and allow them to take selfies in each gallery. The museum has 16 interactive galleries where visitors can also take advantage of all the photo opportunities they offer or even shoot and watch themselves in videotape.
The five-pod museum complex has its own coffee shop, a small cafeteria and memorabilia store at the lobby, where visitors can spend time, dine or buy souvenir items. It also has a small theater with 80-90 seating capacity that can be rented out for group film screening and other events. It has a 60-seat lecture room and rooftop gardens for events and outdoor exhibits.
The QCX displays the City’s humble beginnings starting with Manuel L Quezon’s vision on a hill, the present-day Quezon City, and the vision towards its great, green and growing future.
QCX is open everyday from 9 am to 5 pm, except Mondays. Entrance is free for the whole month of November, admission fees and discounts, will be applied effective December 1:
Students with ID – P80
Quezon City resident – P100 (must present valid ID with address)
Non-Quezon City resident – P150
Group of 50 – 20% discount
Group of 50 students – 30% discount
Senior citizens/Persons with disability/Solo parent – 20% discount
Family of 5 members – 20% discount
Free admission for children 6 years and below