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When I entered the museum, I was amazed how old and rustic the items on displAy. The place is adjacent to the church and after touring the museum there is a souvenir shop where you can buy local products. Parking is available.
Although this is not the smallest museum we’ve been. This is definitely the top of less informative ones.
With an entrance fee (although it is minimal Php 50 per head), I expected to see somehow organised and maintained museum. It house several ecclesiastical artifacts but...More
We visited this on an excursion. The place is disappointing at best being mostly a place under repair. The museum is barely that; old artifacts but nothing worth visiting and the guide was not very knowledgeable with poor English.
The cathedral itself was under repair and not open for viewing. One of the curators told me they hoped to have it opened by this December. The museum itself was a varied collection of poorly maintained artifacts on the second floor. There were spaces between...More
I always appreciate historical attractions but this place is very uninteresting since it has nothing to see, nothing to do and look more like an abandoned warehouse although being under maintenance.
I am disappointed with the way they preserve antiques in here: dusty and pathetic,...More
Out of the 40 churches, i visited at least 10 of Bohol's churches after the earthquake which damaged most of the churches. Sadly, almost all of them are being restored but the grandeur and solemnity of the churches were very apparent.
This museum is small in size, however, still carries a handful of religious artifacts reflecting the legacy that the Spaniards left on the island. Aside from the ecclesiastical vestments, there are other items on display which were used during the ritual of the Mass that...More
The Museum is attached to the Baclayon Church. The church was closed when we visited so we went to the museum. It is rather dusty and drab but it has some nice religious artifacts. There is a pleasant garden in the back.
It is very easy to stop and visit this special church, and they need help in 2016 and beyond to gather enthusiasm to continue with repairs from the earthquake that hit them especially hard. It costs less than one US Dollar for official entry. There...More