Thanks to the friendly and polite staffs here because they made our visit too good. They bring up the good vibes we needed because we were so tired from visiting different landmarks here at Davao. Thanks so much. Keep up the great work! :)
First of all, this museum is for FREE. They will also provide you with a tour guide on your visit and they wouldn't take a tip even if you voluntarily offer it. It is also amazing the way they will help you on your way around the city without any expectations of monetary reward.
Upon entering the place, you would see 2 life size standees of President Duterte. Posed with the 2. Mimicked the one with a clenched fist. Before you go up to the 2nd floor, there was huge colorful painting. This museum showed rich and diverse heritage of the Dabawenyos.
the museum is quit small, only few artifacts. because most of them are donation of different datu or maharlika ( king and queen of the tribe) but when u heared the cultured history of davao, its very interesting and will captured your mind to hear some more stories.... the entrance is free and its only located behind the city hall... 更多
You get to get in for free and somebody could even tour you around the place if you're not from Davao. The last part of the tour is a gallery that they change everytime. After the tour, you'll even be given a map around of Davao City. Thanks for accomodating us :)
open from Mondays to Saturdays, 9am-6pm went there after watching kadayawan streetdance competition. photos are only allowed at the lobby. lots of artifacts and records about davao. security guard ans staff are friendly. Life-size Duterte boards are placed at the lobby.
Visitors must ensure to drop by the Museo Dabawenyo to have a glimpse of the culture and history of the City. We were amazed by the rich culture of the city and the number of tribes in the city which seemed to have been assimilated with the Christian population.
Davao city being a premier city could do more to improve in showcasing its history. I had expected a better curated museum, or at the very least a clean one. But what I saw were dusty and faded artifacts. there was a section devoted to china's relationship with the city .The newer displays and brighter look gave the impression of... 更多
The place is a must- visit to understand Davao's humble beginnings ..very colorful rich history ..I envy the people of Davao for taking care of their past for the future generations. I do not mind coming back...