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For starters, when entering the university, you are required to leave an ID. Then you go walk in to the Oro Museum. Entrance is Php70. Which I thought was cheap considering nobody was there; a guide took me around to explain the 3 galleries; air-conditioned...More
Location: Within the city center
Cost: P70 (borderline reasonable)
Facilities: Standard Museum
Service: Its more complicated and professional than it is friendly, but its not ok, not a big deal
Overall Experience: 2.5 out of 5 stars
This is well done, although not that big....More
My Alma Mater. Historical findings and things are so nostalgic and amazing when you know the history of it. Goosebumps all over my body.
Definitely recommend this to tourist who wants to know more about Kagayan History and the school.
The exhibit composed of a private collector's collection I went to view on its opening date a few weeks ago featured indigenous peoples' costumes in Mindanao. It was artistically and interestingly 'mounted and and displayed.'