Bontoc Museum

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Bontoc Museum Bontoc Museum was founded by a Belgium sister in an aim to preserve a varied collection of authentic artifacts and photos reflecting the culture of the mountain tribes, the Ifugao people.

The Museum's architectural design is structured in a way that resembles an Ifugao house. The museum features a collection of quite a number of interesting artifacts and archeological objects excavated inside cordillera caves. At the back of the museum is an imitation of a typical Ifugao village. It shows different types of houses with different purposes. Visitors can enter the houses and view the furniture and know its uses. The museum also contains photographs of headhunting victims and zealous American missionaries trying to persuade incredulous warriors to hoose the path of righteousness.

The museum is near the plaza and basketball court. Entrance fee is only 40 pesos.

Reference

Bontoc Museum (accessed on September 13, 2007).

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