The external environment still needs to be added to the car, but the internal exhibitions are quite rich, and there are people singing, and they are well maintained. There are shades of green flowers and plants. It is a good place to stay here in the midsummer. Translated into Cebu Museum is more appropriate, transformed from an old prison. We took a taxi here around one o'clock, but the staff said that the door would not open until three o'clock. There are two mottled cannons at the door.
The Cebu Museum with a two-story building structure also displays a lot of content from the colonial period of the Philippines, most of which are very distinctive handmade orphans. This museum is a two-story building. You can visit here and learn about the history Oh.
Museo Sugbo is the 2nd museum I've been to in Cebu City. Officially a stopover in my Cebu City Museum tour itinerary, I went there with my boyfriend. This museum is by far the best museum I've been to, with 16 galleries available for viewing. They have artifacts predating to the pre-colonial Philippines, to the Spanish colonization era, next to the Japanese colonization era, to the American colonization era. I was amazed at how huge their collection is. They even have some original letters of the late Leon Kilat, a hero of Cebu during the Philippine revolution. This place is such a great place to learn the Filipino history.
This used to be a jail and now it's a city museum. It contains many exhibits on the Spanish-era of the country, as well as some from its American-era. Until visiting here, I have to admit that I did not know America used to own the Philippines. There was an interesting WWII exhibit as well and has a lot of rare artifacts. I'd plan to spend a few hours here as there is a lot of information to take in.
Interesting, amazing and helpful to tourist
If you go to a city and have a museum, it must be the best way to learn about it. Although this museum is not tall, it still feels hard. It is still worth recommending!