Museo Ilocos Norte is situated in Laoag, Ilocos Norte. It is an excellent representation of the rich heritage of Ilocos and the ethnography of the Ilocanos, Igorots, Itnegs, Yapayaos and other ethnicities of the province.
The museum is housed in an existing Tabacalera or a tobacco warehouse close to the Provincial Capitol. The warehouse used to be a plain brick structure among the other chain of brick structures built in Ilocos during the 19 th century. The tabacalera was then converted to an enthralling two-storey museum.
From the old household implements to farming equipment to the ancient bahay na bato house models to the significance of garlic in their lives, a trip to the Ilocos Museum is a visual treat.
The museum is located at V. Llanes, Laoag City. In order to get here, ask the driver of the jeepney or tricycle to drop you off exactly at the tourist attraction. You can also join a guided tour.
Museo Ilocos Norte is open from Monday to Saturday, with two sessions daily: 9 AM to 12 NN and 1 PM to 5 PM.
There’s a minimal entrance fee for this tourist attraction.