The Ifugao Cultural Museum is a two-story concrete structure that is situated on the old Philippine Veterans Administration (PVA) building, a building formerly used for a veterans hospital and faces the War Memorial in Banaue. The memorial represents the Allied victory over the Japanese forces in World War II.
There are numerous Ifugao indigenous objects on display at this museum and are under the care of the National Museum of the Philippines, which includes ritual possessions such as spoons, cups, plates, and chopsticks, baskets of diverse types, wooden statues, some musical instruments are made of wooden and animal hide, or bamboo with a goat's nose, while others are coated in brass or elephant skin.
Ifugao Museum can be found in the town of Kiangan, Ifugao. it is 32 meters away from the Ifugao temple. If you’re not gong to join a guided tour, you can take the regular public jeepney plying the Banaue route in order to get there.
The museum is open from Monday to Friday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.