Though Banaue is mainly popular for its rice terraces, many who visit the region do not miss making visit to Cordillera Sculpture Museum too. There is a small fee that one has to pay before entering in the museum. The museum preserves the remnants of the dying Ifugao culture. In the museum, one can see the artifacts, and replicas of wood-carved memoirs. Every piece in the museum is placed well and a label is also provided. Each item carries with it a small paper beneath, providing information about the item.
What to See in Museum?
· The museum displays Cordilleran Tribal Sculptures.
· It also exhibits the past structures of Northern Luzon’s farmers and carvers.
· The second floor exhibits the carved sculptures.
· Stairs also have Bululs. It is the necklaces and shafts that depict Bululs on them.
· In the museum, the visitors can also see the utensils and armors of the natives.
How to Reach Museum?
· One can take ride of a tricycle from the terminal or market of Banaue. It only takes some five minutes or less by drive to reach to the museum.
· One can also walk all the way uphill on road from the market to the museum. It only takes some fifteen minutes.
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