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Because I love history, being here is definitely worth my money. My husband, my sister, and I went here for a tour and enjoyed the silence and history it brought and revealed to us. We've learned so much and it's definitely worth the visit!
Entrance Fee 30 pesos and a student / ojt tour guide assists you. First stop was a room filled with artifacts found in cebu that dates back to the neolithic era . Weapons, knives , flints all made of stone . Then also celadon wares...More
Located on m.j cuenco ave., if coming from the colon area, it'll be on the right side.
There is a street right before you see the front entrance to the museum (again coming from colon), make the turn and you'll see a gate to the...More
The museum used to be a prison. Considering the minimal entrance fee, a trip to this museum was a treat! Very enthusiastic and knowledgeable Tourism students served as our guides. A well-stocked museum shop would be a welcome improvement.
When I was a younger. My idea to this place is like a prison cell. The entrance is like your getting inside of a large cell due to having barbed wires. Yet this place is having a lot of items in our history.
Not big and the most visitors are finish after a little bit over one hour. But the most get latest in the area of the ww2 very impressed. To see Emergencie Money witch was not allowed to under the japanes invaders (death penalty). Or weapons...More
I often like small to mid-size regional museums more than large national museums because the collections are less edited, fresh, and the focus on local history is strong.
The interesting bonus here is the architecture itself: designed in 1869 by Domingo de Escondrillas, the lone...More
This historic building used to be the Cebu City gaol.
The ticket office is to the side. The girl hand wrote a receipt. Surely they could use a cash register instead?
Entrance is P75 for foreigners and P30 for Filipinos. This dual pricing is more...More