Make an appointment to visit this museum because it houses a very comprehensive collection on local cultures of the Visayas and Mindanao--artifacts of indigenous peoples of the Visayas and Palawan, collection of sorcery of Siquijor and examples of ethnomedicine. The collections are well documented and arranged. The museum curator can give you a short educational tour. The surprise is the Sultan Omar Kiram Collection. The late sultan was the ruler of the Onayan Sultanate of Lanao del Sur, Mindanao. The collection was donated by his wife. The collection includes his personal effects--clothes, ceremonial swords, his prayer beads, and others. Step out to the veranda of the museum and you can see the Rizal Boulevard. The museum is housed in Silliman University's oldest building.
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