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We did a stop over at Laoag before going home. While waiting for our bus schedule, we explore the surrounding. We saw this museum. It's a small attraction so we finish it before our bus depart. The best part here is the kitchen model where...More
Thought this was a cool thing to read a bit of the history of the region. Very interesting that I saw things in the museum that were still being used in the fields today. I'd most definitely visit again to see and read more about...More
I was surprised that one of the museum staff played the old radio. Only to be told that there's another radio inside it. Hahaha. I was almost impressed!
The place was very neat & very good for picture taking. The place just opened when we...More
This museum is in an old warehouse. The city did a nice job renovating the warehouse into a nice museum and restaurant area. The museum has some interesting collections about the local area and the nearby Mexican restaurant is nice as well. Plan about 1...More
On our way to the North of Philippines, Ilocos Norte Museum was one of "Must See"s.
With its simple but attractive building, the museum demonstrates both the architecture of Spanish era and the objects of local industry, art, and culture. One can find the gradual...More
I went to the Museo Ilocos Norte alone last June and the flow was amazing - from old household and farming materials to the bahay na bato house model to the new/modern exhibits! The bahay na bato model mesmerized me more. I became more familiar...More
First of all, there is entrance fee. It's a bit too hot inside. Just like any other museum, the area isn't that huge. They have two floors, but the second floor is just a small space. There are lots of stuffs here all which show...More