This is a 3-story museum, not very big but very interesting because they have real bones of different species (from land, sea to sky), and upcoming ones. Very educational, because they have a friendly tour guide to explain things to you and even take pictures for you. The explanation is quick, but they will give you a lot of time to walk around this place. The owner is very easy going. A foreigner, he is fluent in Bisayema and Tagalog. Tickets are 100 adults and 80 children.
This museum is also quite famous. It seems to have 3 floors. You can feel the miracle of life when you see some fossils~
It is a safari park with many skeletons of primitive animals, which is very educational for children.
A local museum with more characteristics, it is worth visiting.
There are bones of animals from all over the world. They stay there quietly as if telling stories of the years, with a sense of history.