Most people who visit Baclayon Church visit as a part of an island tour of Bohol, such as our group did. Built in the 1700s, it is considered the second oldest church in the Philippines. As mentioned in other reviews, visiting the church is free but the museum does have an entrance fee. We chose just to go to the church part. Be reminded that this is a church, so proper dress is expected. If you have exposed shoulders or shorter shorts, they do offer free coverups to enter. There are also 2 images on the side of the church, one is the face of St. Peter and the other of a mother and child. Nobody could answer my question of when they appeared, but they are pretty apparent.
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