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Likewise, leave an ID upon entering the university. Look for the building that houses the museum. Pay P50 entrance which already includes a guide. Airconditioned rooms and well lighted. Has 3 galleries.
Three cultures: lowlanders, Maranao and Lumads. Very interesting rich Maranao life.
The Museum of Three Cultures holds very well displayed artifacts and photographs of the region's history. It is smaller than expected but does a good job covering the basics of Mindanao, Cagayan de Oro City and Marawi City heritage.
My guide was very knowledgeable and...More
For an entrance fee of P50/person you can enter the Museum of Three Cultures. The museum is located inside Capitol University. There are a lot of ancient artifacts inside the museum which include among others, pottery from China, ancient swords and other weapons, musical instruments,...More
This museum is part of Capital University. It has some interesting artifacts and is a nice venue in general, but many of the displays lack labels of identification and explanation. The giant 300 year old ceremonial sword is quite spectacular and was a gift from...More
For one who is interested in culture and the host country
a visit to the Museum of Three Cultures at the Capitol University
could be interesting.
But wich of the average tourists are interested
in culture, sincere involvent and the host country ;-?
Located at the Capitol University. Just tell the person-in-charge at the gate that you are visiting their museum and they would show you the way. We paid 50 pesos for the entrance fee. They have a room all about the owner of the school, room...More