General Emilio Aguinaldo Museum, Baguio

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  • This museum's just near SM Baguio. It takes 5 pax to pay for the reg price w/c is 95php. Below 5pax would get you 475 per tour. Your call.  more »
  • We were very fortunate that we were able to visit the said museum on December 24 after almost 3 months of waiting. We booked our visit last Sept 21 and was told that yes there will be steward to help ...  more »
  • First, Im with my friends when i visited the museum. I thought the museum is close but when i saw the signage that it's open i went downstairs to see if there's another door to enter with and then the...  more »
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  • This small museum’s main attraction is the original Philippine flag, a bit tattered from what I surmise is heavy use since its debut in 1898. It is great to see efforts to preserve it from further wear and tear. It is a bit dark in the room where the flag is, so photos are grainy at best. The museum also has some interesting memorabilia showcasing the life and times of the country’s first President. An hour is enough to visit the entire museum. According to the docent during my visit, the museum is the brainchild of Aguinaldo’s daughter, Cristina. Most of the memorabilia on display were bequeathed to her by her father. The museum is not open during lunch hours and has some questionable policies. They charge an admission fee of 115 pesos, which is quite steep given the size of the museum and the exhibits on display. In addition, you must visit with at least four other people and book a mandatory guided tour. If you are visiting solo or are with a smaller group, you should be willing to pay for five people or they’ll turn you away.
  • It was such a nice experience when me and my cousin visited this museum and saw the first Philippine flag. Our tour guide was jolly and knows how to tell stories about historical events that happened in our country together with the first President, Emilio Aguinaldo. It was really an awesome experience and hopefully some schools here in Baguio would visit this museum to know more about our history. A little tip : Bring more friends ( minimum is 5) so it's not that expensive to pay for the entrance fee but it's worth it guys! :D with the sound effects and paintings on the wall. With the little scary hanging bridge and big statues of the heroes looking at you at the terrace while you're looking at the philippine flag.
  • A lot has changed here since the first time I toured the museum. This time it is not just relics in a shelf but rather a walk through history. Really educational experience
  • A very nice and informative museum on our first president