Inside the museum is a warehouse with different rooms. The museum contains a wealth of antiques and historical materials. It tells in detail information about the Jesuit organization and their history. 50P per person, private museum. The tour guide is very talkative, cheerful and handsome. His ancestor's surname is Chen from Fujian, and his mother is a Filipino woman of Spanish descent. The guy graduated from college in sociology. The museum is not big. It is hard to find in a hardware warehouse. The staff still have lunch break at noon. Let the guy tell other stories, the explanation is included in the 50P ticket.
Commemorative significance, very powerful can be Baidu.
The museum contains a wealth of antiques and historical materials. It tells in detail information about the Jesuit organization and their history. We learned a lot of knowledge. For me, this is one of the most interesting museums I have visited in the Philippines.
It is a very historical scenic spot. Those interested in Christian history can visit it.
The meeting site very close to the nearby church is well preserved. Who let the Europeans invade the Philippines at that time, so the church and the church are considered to be better buildings in the local area, and believers can go and see it.