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Baguio Museum

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DOT-PTA Complex, Governor Pack Rd, Baguio, Luzon, Philippines
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A museum that highlights the Cordillera peoples and their culture

The Baguio Museum may not be as modern and well organized and better equipped as the more recently... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
CzarEmmanuel
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Manila, Philippines
Definitely a go-to place for history lovers..

Since I love all things with great value. History is definitely a must for people traveling to... read more

Reviewed November 29, 2017
Marco Chino V
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DOT-PTA Complex, Governor Pack Rd, Baguio, Luzon, Philippines
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The Baguio Museum may not be as modern and well organized and better equipped as the more recently inaugurated Cordillera Museum (Museo Kordilyera) of UP Baguio, but it certainly has the honor of being much older than the former, being more famous and of having...More

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Reviewed November 29, 2017

Since I love all things with great value. History is definitely a must for people traveling to places. If you love to travel a lot, museums teaching the rich history of the community is a must on your list. This place will definitely give you...More

Thank Marco Chino V
Reviewed November 2, 2017

There is information and artefacts from the mountain region and people of the area. You can spend a good hour browsing through the exhibits.

Thank ZinamonKveen
Reviewed October 12, 2017

Fantastic photos and models of Baguio in past times. Good examples of local weaving. Its being upgraded and should be a must see when it reopens.

1  Thank Adderx
Reviewed May 27, 2017

Went to see a few beads collection on loan to the Museum. There's an Art exhibit by young artists. Most artifacts are poorly protected. Strange to find diorama in a museum. Management needs improvement. Museum is closed on mondays.

2  Thank kasaysayanm
Reviewed May 23, 2017

Mostly because of the lack of up-keep. Also, are the staff in the registration area volunteers or paid employees? Just thinking about them makes my hackles rise. This review is basically a rant on the service. The actual place was really good when they'd just...More

2  Thank bluedropkckc12
Reviewed May 14, 2017 via mobile

The museum is currently undergoing renovation so there are construction in some areas, but it is open. Entrance fee for adults is 40 pesos each. Its basement has paintings for sale, the ground floor and 2nd floor have exhibits, and the 3rd floor is an...More

1  Thank adbost
Reviewed March 27, 2017

If you're looking for a museum to visit, I would suggest that you go to Tam-Awan or Ben Cab as this gov't owned run down museum has not much to offer...

2  Thank Riz C
Reviewed March 11, 2017 via mobile

It's a nice place to go first before heading out to the other spots. It makes you appreciate Baguio a lot better, knowing their history and all. The place is a bit creepy and lonely. Make sure you're with someone ☺️

Thank Camille Apple P
Reviewed February 1, 2017

A great place to visit if you want to have a small glimpse about the Igorot people in the Cordilleras. We're lucky to have been able to preserve this museum after the 1990 earthquake and now it is serving it's purpose really well. Highly recommended...More

Thank MilesExplorer
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