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Ben Cab Museum, Baguio

(4.4/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web)
Explore exhibits of celebrated Philippine contemporary artist Benedicto Reyes Cabrera at Ben Cab Museum. Surrounded by farmland and a small forest with a mountainous backdrop, the smartly designed museum brings artists and culture-lovers together to observe remarkable examples of indigenous arts and crafts in a warm and modern environment. Inspect the preserved and protected relics and traditions of the northern Philippine highlands, which have inspired the artist since the 1960s. As you finish exploring the galleries of paintings, prints, sculptures, and drawings, head to the view deck to enjoy the scenery from a different perspective for a reasonable fee. Before you head to Baguio, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Baguio itinerary maker, to make sure you see all that Baguio has to offer, including Ben Cab Museum.
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  • There is no doubt that the paintings and structures exhibited in Bencab gallery are just awesome. It was inspiring for people who has the love for arts just like me. The entrance fee of Php120.00 is r...  more »
  • Spent an entire day just browsing the paintings and sculptures with a lovely guide to explain it all. Really liked the cafe sabel and the vibe overall. My only complaint would be that the museum was a...  more »
  • Going to the place is not that smooth. Narrow roads and uphill and downhill. Artworks are fascinating. I admire specifically the works of BenCab. We were informed that food is good in their restaurant...  more »
  • My family and I wanted to come here to escape the overwhelming crowd in Baguio, hoping that it wouldn't be as such. However there were still so many people here although not as much. I've never been to this museum before and it was quite interesting. It showed the traditional arts of the natives. Guests can learn a lot about the culture and history of the region. Paintings and sculptures lined the walls although with penises and vaginas. The cafe was out of the blue serving pasta. Drinks were too sweet. Overall, I'd give this a recommendation for a visit in Baguio.
  • Ben Cab should really be a national artist. His art encompasses almost all deep sorrows as well as the joys of living. I envy his passion for nature preservation and making it available as an art.
  • this place has a lot of art can ride a taxi for a fare of around Php90-100 from the Baguio Town Proper or you can ride a jeep for Php10, Jeep Terminal is along Kayang St. (Upper) near market, look for a jeep going to "KM 6 Asin Road"..going back to town is also easy, jeep terminal from Bencab is is open daily except Monday.
  • Must visit when in Baguio. A relaxing place to just chill, unwind and appreciate nature. Cafe Sabel is serving food for everyone. Love the place!
  • Take a nice camera with you. GoPro pics are awesome too, but don't take videos. It's not allowed, or just don't get caught. hehe.