Starting March 2, the Clock Tower Museum located within Manila City Hall will extend its opening days to include weekends.

Mayor Honey Lacuna announced, "Our museum is now accessible for enjoyment on Saturdays and Sundays as well," in a recent statement.

The museum's project leader, Jose Ma. Belmonte, indicated that the museum welcomes guests from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., from Tuesday to Sunday, showcasing both the vibrant history of Manila and contemporary art galleries featuring rotating art exhibits.

The iconic Manila Clock Tower, standing nearly 100 feet tall and completed in 1930, is a creation of Antonio Toledo, a renowned Filipino neoclassical artist and architect. The clock tower, after undergoing rehabilitation, was opened to the public in October 2022.

The museum received significant recognition as the Golden Leaf Presidential Awardee at the Philippine Leaf Awards Tertulia in Parangal 2024, celebrating its commitment to integrity, creativity, and excellence in the realms of Philippine live entertainment, performing arts, fashion, and festivals. The prestigious Leaf awards are scheduled to be presented on March 8 at the Manila Metropolitan Theater.

Additionally, in November of the previous year, the National Commission of Culture and the Arts acclaimed the museum as the grand winner of the Museums and Galleries Month 2023 Audio/Visual Presentation Museum Competition, further cementing its status in the cultural landscape.