I am mostly interested in pre-colonial Philippines, there were very few items (to think that this is where the Pintados ruled). They filled the place with paintings and few other items here and there. Entrance is P50. You can literally look around and see almost everything from where they collect the entrance fee!
It was a interesting place to visit. There was not much info on the artifacts and the ladies working there were very little help. I tried asking questions on objects and the on lady said the poetry was from 1984...... maybe 1874 but I kind of lost interest in the ladies for information after that.
The museum has a small number of exhibits and the description they have seem lacking. I would still recommend going because if they have more visitors then maybe they would have the funds to expand and improve the museum. Heritage should always be preserved.
It was almost closing time when visited. Place was quite small but packed with lots of items from the past, cultural relics, etc.. It's like a touch base to the past. A must see for everyone.
Great little museum with some amazing history on display the large boards on display should be made into a booklet and sold on premises so much one can learn and would have loved to bring it home and read about it over and over it again'
I had my first exhibition in this storied institution and while growing up this is known as the best repository of Ilonggo heritage in the region. I was excited to bring my family here for the first time but we were all shell shocked at how this once great museum has been turned into a cheap souvenir shop! Gone are... 更多