You can see the weavers doing their masterpiece on the lower level of the building. You can interview them (mostly middle aged women) while they're weaving. You can buy different pieces on the second level.
Easter Weaving Room
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This amazing place preserves our national heritage (I am a proud balikbayan). Honestly, this is a must visit for everyone who enjoys history, art and everything beautiful. Here was a rare opportunity to witness the complex, time consuming, painstakingly meticulous method of indigenous weaving—a spectacular...More
Wow. This place is amazing. It was such a treat to watch these beautiful fabrics being made. I loved every second that I was there. It was especially amazing to watch the patterned fabrics being made. What a process!! Just incredible A lot of people...More
The place becomes bigger and has more variety of Pasalubong, but the items becomes pricey and not really practical to buy.. because oustide the streets they sell the same item but 70% cheaper.. People just come here to see the actual weaving of the igorots
I understand that the price is high because it is handmade. But reality check, the products don't look expensive as they are priced. The renovation looks good. But the prices shuns buyers off.
I just love seeing the weavers do their magic! It is the old way of weaving and it is amazing! But local! It will help support the community for a better life of the people living in them.
Whenever we take visitors to Baguio we take them to see the Igorot weavers. Upstairs is the gift shop and downstairs is the weaving room where you are free to watch the weavers on their looms. The products sold in the gift shop are all...More
We did not expect the place to be a big facility where they sell a lot of stuff, from clothes to accessories to wooden items. We managed to watch the weavers do their thing, and it was an amazing experience. Our kids liked it very...More
Visited while in Baguio and one of the highlights of our business. The work that these women do is amazing, and being able to watch the making of the products was a truly inspiring. Bought several sets of place mats to give as unique Christmas...More
Baguio local weaving product, I like the way they weave still in traditional way, they still use bamboo weaving looms to create the weaves. You can go to their weaving room where they actually make the weave. You watch the whole production take photo while...More