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Nice, little museum.

The museum is in a tower across from Gaston Park. As is sometimes the case, many of the locals did... read more

Reviewed 11 September 2012
BarryGCarpenter
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Russellville, Alabama
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Pieces of history and information were limited. I suggest that they should improve more on the... read more

Reviewed 28 May 2012
Zed A
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Pasay City, Pasay, Philippines
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29 May 2017
“A world class museum”
15 Jun 2013
“Thought there would be more”
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Reviewed 30 May 2017

The collection and exhibit are tastefully done. It is conveniently located in a safe and secure environment. It is a great place to visit not only for locals but for those who get to visit Cagayan de oro whether on business or pleasure trips.

Thank BubblyFreeSpirit
Reviewed 15 June 2013

I had thought that this would be kinda like the museum I visited in Manila but it was really just a small museo. The lady (can she be called a curator if she only takes care of a small museum?) taking care of the place,...More

Thank vicaner
Reviewed 11 December 2012

Unfortunately, for a city that can trace back its history to thousands of years ago, there is nothing much in display. To make your trip in this part of the city worthwhile visit the following nearby place of interest: 1. St. Augustine Cathedral - Historical...More

9  Thank LovellaStratton
Reviewed 11 September 2012

The museum is in a tower across from Gaston Park. As is sometimes the case, many of the locals did not know it existed. There is no admission fee but they do accept donations. There are 3 floors of exhibits ranging from Chinese trade pottery,...More

4  Thank BarryGCarpenter
Reviewed 28 May 2012

Pieces of history and information were limited. I suggest that they should improve more on the historical research.

1  Thank Zed A
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