Baguio Museum stands at the corner of Governor Park and Harrison Road. The building boasts Ifugao-inspired architecture such as a pyramid roof and two large poles situated by the entrance, which make the building resemble a traditional Ifugao hut that is often elevated from the ground by wooden posts. The museum displays various artifacts that depict the culture of the six provinces in the Cordillera region. The oldest artifacts here date all the way back to the 1950s. Along with the artifacts, you can also find scale maps, miniature models, and clippings about the region's history here.
Visitors will need to pay an entrance fee before viewing the exhibits. It is recommended to bring a school ID if you are a student as the museum grants discounted tickets to students.
Feel free to visit the museum any time of the year as it is open to guests all year round. Its operating hours are from 9 AM to 5 PM every Tuesday to Sunday.