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The #1 reason to visit is not the actual museum itself and its shelves of many Sagada and Cordilleran artifacts. No, the actual reason to visit the Ganduyan Museum is the story shared by Mr. Aben (I didn't get the name unfortunately), son of the late Sagada artist and museum founder, Ms. Christina Aben. Hearing Mr. Aben talk through the... 更多
the amazing experience in this place is not just the old things inside but the story behind it. Story that not all the people know and you will realize that you are proud to be a Pilipino.
You HAVE to visit this museum. This museum is owned and operated by a native of Sagada. You'll learn a lot from his presentation. The museum has tons of artifacts from Sagada and other neighboring provinces. You'll learn about how the natives lived and used their tools. You'll appreciate Sagada more after a trip to this place. As the museum... 更多
The man who built this museum is really intelligent. Very informative. You will learn the traditions and the lives of Igorots in Mountain Province. So sad that this is not yet supported by the government, that's why there is a petty compulsory tipping.
First thing to do when you vgo to sagada is to visit this museum. Very small museum but full of history and learning, you'll learn the culture of the people of bontoc and cordillera mountains. Very important not to miss this place and to prioritize this is because they will educate you what are the pros and cons in their... 更多
I think, Before visiting other places in Sagada. This should be the first place to visit. It's nice to know and learn first what Sagada is and their culture which will also help tourist to understand further the places or tourist attraction they will visit.
We were so glad we found the Ganduyan Museum open (ask around for their hours) because it was (together with Bontoc's) one of the best museums we visited about the Cordillera Tribes. Lester, the son of the woman who created it and amassed the collection (she had passed away the year before) took us around and explained practically each object... 更多
Informative way of learning the history and culture of Sagada. Speaker speaks english fluently. you must go and see those crafts and pieces.
A simple and small museum that can give u at least a glimpse of what the area is all about. I'm delighted to see that this paradise has its own museum, I hope that it could be expanded so much more can be seen and experience. Kudos to the people who started this.
The museum is near the town hall, and the bus terminal, where you will alight upon reaching Sagada. Before entering, you will be asked to remove your shoes, in order to preserve the wooden flooring of the place. The museum is at the second floor. The person in charge will give a very concise tour of the museum, pointing out... 更多