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Cathedral Museum of Cebu

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Corner Manalili and P. Gomez Streets, Cebu City 6000, Philippines
+63 32 412 3455
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Cebu Historical Tour Including Magellan's Cross and Horse-Drawn Carriage Ride
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Corner Manalili and P. Gomez Streets, Cebu City 6000, Philippines
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Never expected good experience at cebu museum, but seeing the place gave a glimpse of Cebu's history and rich culture.

Thank Tony C
Reviewed June 7, 2017

This museum was a bit disappointing. I was looking forward to have a historical glimpse of the Cathedral but I guess it was all gone after the cathedral itself was destroyed. The museum mainly focused about Cardinal Vidal and I was just really expecting more...More

Thank jscyn
Reviewed March 11, 2017

The religious antiques were beautiful especially the statues made of ivory and glass eyes. Ask permission from the caretaker before you leave the museum for a photo in the old staircase.

Thank Paolo R
Reviewed February 22, 2017

Beautiful building with alot of history. Many wonderful artifacts and relics from the Spanish colonization right up to present time. Only disappointment was no pictures aloud inside, only exterior.

Thank Mnewey
Reviewed February 16, 2017

The history of Cebu is preserved in this museum. I is just along the road so very accessible if you want to know some of the history of Cebu.

Thank JRhecel
Reviewed February 12, 2017

Historic building housing artifacts from the recent past, this museum is a welcome addition to the many museums sprouting in the city. There are many items on the second floor going up using the hardwood stairs. There is minimal explanations or panels in the galleries...More

Thank Budjetsetter
Reviewed September 12, 2016 via mobile

Downtown Cebu is known for its bustling streets and old buildings. One of these buildings is the Cathedral Museum which houses religious artifacts that dates back to the Spanish Colonial Era. This place is perfect for those who wants to learn more about Cebuano history...More

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Reviewed August 28, 2016

I happened to just chance upon this museum while walking towards my destination. So i told myself to go take a look inside. The entrance is 50 pesos. Inside, you get to see some garments and chair worn by Pope John Paul II, some robes...More

Thank Stevenson U
Reviewed August 7, 2016

Nice museum only costs a few coins and very historic and full of hundreds of years old items from Spanish Colonial Times

Thank HonestJohn169
Reviewed July 9, 2016 via mobile

Located adjacent to Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral is the Cathedral Museum. The structure is old and classic. It houses the religious icons and things wore and used by the priests in conducting mass. It is a 2 storey museum and has a spacious garden. It has...More

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