Information about Museo Kordilyera
The University of the Philippines Baguio's Museo Kordilerya is a museum of ethnography committed to preserving and enhancing the Cordillera Administrative Region's indigenous cultures, including its Northern Luzon adjacent regions. The principal indigenous, the Bontok, Ibaloy, Ifugao, Kalinga, and Kankana-ey societies; and the university benefits from the great diversity of the smaller local groupings, a source of information for academic subjects across the board, and extraordinary chances for the important social initiatives.
The Museo, as an ethnographic museum in Baguio, focuses on the collection, preservation, and exhibition of artifacts related to the one-of-a-kind civilizations and cultures in the Cordillera region.
How to get there
Ride a bus or drive to Baguio City. Once there, ride a taxi and tell the driver to drop you off at UP Baguio. Once in the university, make an inquiry about the ‘living museum.’
Best time to visit
The museum is open from Tuesdays to Sundays, from 9 AM to 5 PM.