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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.
A lovely little museum set in the grounds of a school, you have to park in the school yard and the children opened the gates for us! It is compact but filled with interesting facts of the various native tribes in the area. It is pleasantly 'old fashioned' in that you have to read about the exhibits, no flashy multi... 更多
This middling size museum is better organised and so more informative than the bigger one in Baguio. A good background for visits in the area.
I spent a couple hours here, it is a nice look at the past tribal cultures. well worth the hour I spent here when I was in.Bontoc that is a cross road between Banue, Tuguegarao Bagio and Sagada. . The photos are a looking glass in to the past. Headhunting was a big deal to the tribes and they say... 更多
A treasure trove of the cultural treasures of Mountain Province if you ask me. Very under-rated stopover. If you have... 更多