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Museum de Baler, Baler

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  • This museum is just across the sign Baler near the town hall so you can't miss it. With the entrance fee (although it also includes entrance to the Aurora Quezon house) they should be able to maintain...  more »
  • This here is a nice little local museum that tells a story about the area. Nice photo and I special like the paintings on the wall that tells the story about PH. There is one wrong thing here, and tha...  more »
  • We were very disappointed in the said museum the only good thing about the place is the building of the museum.There is an entrance fee of 30pesos which is not worth it.The another bad thing at the si...  more »
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  • Really small museum, but well-kept. We went when there were barely any people, so it wasn't crowded. The lawn almost looks scraggly, though, probably from the day's heat. Loved seeing the old cars of the Quezon family.
  • You can visit Museo de Baler as a side trip after surfing or while buying pasalubong. It houses the presidential car of Pres. Manuel Quezon who was born in Baler. The facade looks fine but the right side of the museum where you can see the presidential car is less taken care off. The mini lagoon and groto is full of trash and the closed side door of the building is full of vandals.
  • Inadequate airconditioning. Felt like a sauna when we went. The exhibit about the local tribes was pretty informative. Can't say the same for the rest of the exhibits. Visit only if you're looking to kill some time.
  • When you're tired of surfing, come to the museum. It houses several artifacts from the Spanish occupation.
  • Sadly, nothing special inside. There is something about senator Angara. I do not think he is dead enough to be featured in a museum. If I were the senator, I will kill the curator for making me a museum piece while I am still alive...