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Ganduyan Museum is the traditional name of Sagada town.
You will see the big and unique collection of Christina and her son Lorenz.
The museum was open on Monday after lunch.
It is close to the Municipal and the entrance fee is only 40 Pesos...More
going to museums in every place i visit is a personal requirement. and by far, ganduyan is the smallest, most intimate, and most educational museum i have ever been to. the curator who forgot to tell his name was so impressive in narrating the story...More
Can't comment on what was inside as the day I went, it was closed. Turns out hours are very limited. Only open Thursday, Friday and Saturday 1 - 5 p.m. So, one had better confirm the opening days and hours before going.
What I like about this experience is the lecture given by the manager on their exhibits and the Igorot culture. You will learn a lot as it is given by a local who knows what he is talking about. The museum also needs our help...More
Ganduyan museum was not part of our places to go in sagada. It was a last minute experience for us. It was our last day at sagada having the sunrise viewing and the cave connections. While we are waiting for the bus back to baguio,...More
This was a very interesting visit. From the outside, all you see is a small building. When you enter, you walk up some stairs and enter medium sized room filled with hundreds of artifacts. The museum guide asked all of us to sit on the...More
i have been to sagada three times and this was the only time that i visited the museum. it was just a small area on the second floor of an old structure in the middle of the town. one will be surprised with the contents...More
I wasn't expecting a lot upon entering this place because it looked so small from the outside. But once you go to the second floor, it definitely looks like a museum. You see all kinds of artifacts and random things. And the curator was very...More