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A LITTLE GEM

One might not necessarily think a museum about tribes that included headhunters would be that... read more

Reviewed 27 February 2018
Terry M
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Hamilton, Canada
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The Museum showcases lot of heirloom pieces fro the Cordillera Region. But what I love best is the... read more

Reviewed 18 March 2017
OmanIsAnIsland
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Manila, Philippines
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Contains relics and photos of tribes from the surrounding region.
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Reviewed 27 February 2018

One might not necessarily think a museum about tribes that included headhunters would be that dynamic but I stand corrected. It is not large in terms of space but it very nicely gives some insight into the local tribes, including the Kalinga, known for being...More

1  Thank Terry M
Reviewed 27 May 2017

Museum is closed from 12nn to 1-m. Entrance fee to the museum cost PhP70. Good area to spot a few fine collection, some are poor (and some incorrectly) labelled. There's a small area to read some books at the souvenir shop.

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Reviewed 18 March 2017

The Museum showcases lot of heirloom pieces fro the Cordillera Region. But what I love best is the outdoor Museum where there is a huge local cherry tree and bontoc huts and herbs. Truly wortht to visit.

1  Thank OmanIsAnIsland
Reviewed 13 February 2017

we really did get an insight into the Igorots lifestyle of the past.Especially interesting was its unique burial practices.Contains an interesting collection of artefacts and old maps plus areplica of an Ili homestead

2  Thank keith f
Reviewed 5 December 2016

This is a typical small ethnographic museum but pretty well done and clearly above the average quality of similar places. There is a lot to see and to learn about the local ethnic groups and short explanations in English are available on each label. A...More

Thank JMGeneva
Reviewed 10 October 2016

For a very affordable price of P60, you can get a glimpse of the history and life of the Indigenous People of the Mountain Province and its neighboring provinces like Kalinga, Apayao and Abra. The museum has three parts, the main museum (2 storeys) which...More

1  Thank Aileen D
Reviewed 1 September 2016 via mobile

It is small but informative. It is very nice to visit native hut outside. And to see how they lived . The visit of the museum was part of a 5-day trip that I booked with Nora Atolba 63 920 278 7326 or 63 905...More

Thank taylor11122
Reviewed 20 August 2016

I will never forget our visit to Bontoc for two things -- the Lang-ay Festival and the visit to this lovely Bontoc Museum. It gave me chills in my spine to know more of who we are as Filipinos beyond the things that we've got...More

1  Thank martinjohn8
Reviewed 5 August 2016

View the artifacts and other current material culture items about Bontoc and Cordillera in general. Appreciate the different tools and weaving materials found in this museum art gallery

Thank Orlando Guiked A
Reviewed 30 May 2016 via mobile

Located at the heart of the town, this museum is very rich in information about the culture, tradition, and history of various provinces. It gives you a clear understanding and view of Igorots (native settlers of Northern Philippines) which really helps in embracing the life...More

2  Thank tinylyss
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