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It’s nice how they are able to preserve things so the younger generation can appreciate them also and not just read them from books. The students who act as hosts were very accommodating and knew their facts well !
If you would like to know more about the colorful history of Iloilo,Museo is the place to go.Our tour guide was very nice and helpful,although I must admit that he needs to brush up a bit more when it comes to the places of interest...More
Entrance fee is 50 pesos. There is no tour guide but you're in luck if you can get one of the interns to give you a tour. It's literally just one room with a few paintings and relics. There is a a section showcasing the...More
I was here in Saturday and there were a lot of people from the school I think ang I was on the line waiting for my turn to go inside. They really had good amount of stuff in the museum and those are really in...More
Museo Iloilo is an institution in the city. While it has very limited collections on display, I still find the place quite interesting for the information it offers, especially concerning the pre-Hispanic history and culture of Panay.
The place has only two galleries. The bigger...More
This attraction is in the vicinity of iloilo provincial office near iloilo river, exterior is poor and not well maintained. The regular entrance fee is 50peso for adult , the exhibition is not too interesting ; old timed photos are not narrated and only one...More
We came here to view the coffin from Gigantes Island as informed by our tour guide. We were so disappointed how all the materials were replicated and the lack of curator or information.
The coffin was not there but only a tiny fraction. So not...More