It's a three-storey museum, not very big but very interesting, because they have real bones of different species (from land, sea to sky) and the coming ones. It's very educational because they have a friendly guide to explain things to you and even take pictures of you. Explain quickly, but they will give you a lot of time to take a walk in this place. The owner is very easy-going. A foreigner, very fluent in Pisayema and Tagalog. Tickets are 100 for adults and 80 for children.