This is a typical small ethnographic museum but pretty well done and clearly above the average quality of similar places. There is a lot to see and to learn about the local ethnic groups and short explanations in English are available on each label. A small outdoor section shows has replicas of local constructions.Certainly worth a stop while in Bontoc
For a very affordable price of P60, you can get a glimpse of the history and life of the Indigenous People of the Mountain Province and its neighboring provinces like Kalinga, Apayao and Abra. The museum has three parts, the main museum (2 storeys) which contains relics, pottery, baskets, textiles/woven textiles, photographs and other things that are integral to the... 更多
It is small but informative. It is very nice to visit native hut outside. And to see how they lived . The visit of the museum was part of a 5-day trip that I booked with Nora Atolba 63 920 278 7326 or 63 905 873 7435. She is a nice person and is very professionnal.
I will never forget our visit to Bontoc for two things -- the Lang-ay Festival and the visit to this lovely Bontoc Museum. It gave me chills in my spine to know more of who we are as Filipinos beyond the things that we've got from books. During the Lang-ay Festival, I get to see the different tribes of the... 更多
Located at the heart of the town, this museum is very rich in information about the culture, tradition, and history of various provinces. It gives you a clear understanding and view of Igorots (native settlers of Northern Philippines) which really helps in embracing the life in the mountains and appreciating every single way of life and living of the locals.... 更多
Our driver stopped by this museum after we left Sagada and on our way to Banaue. The entrance fee is 60P and the operating hours of the museum are: Monday to Saturday: 8AM to 12NN, 1PM to 5PM Sunday: 8AM to 12NN, 1PM to 3:30PM This museum depicts the Cordilleran heritage. Pictures cannot be taken inside but are allowed outside.... 更多
Interesting place, but if you want something better go to the St Louis University in Baguio, if you are lucky Mr. Picpican, the curator, will guide you around and will amaze you with his knowledge and enthousiasm.
This museum is really the only thing worth seeing in Bontoc. We spent nearly an hour and a half looking at the various artifacts and model traditional houses that are located on site. The entrance fee is low and if you are heading up to the Kalinga province this museum gives you great background information about the cultures you will... 更多
Comprehensive displays with good explantations, giving a really good sense of Philipinno history and its peoples. An outdoor section with reconstructed buildings.