Have fun taking goofy pictures in an upside-down world at Davao’s Upside Down Museum, 3D displays at Reel to Real 3D Arts and Tricks Museum, and other city highlights like Cacao City, Pasalubong Center, Museo Dabawenyo, and Kadayawan Village. This half-day tour comes inclusive of transfer service and admission fees to city attractions.
Located on Dacudao Avenue in Davao City, the museum allows guests up to 3 hours to explore and shoot countless photos. Take your time snapping away and curating your shots for your Instagram posts and stories.
The museum comes complete with topsy-turvy bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, and living room. There is even a playroom installed with a dance pole, so you can fake-mount for a fabulous pose or seemingly spin upward from the ground. Your family or group of friends will surely have a relaxing time playing around in every area, whatever the design may be.
After your time at the upside-down house, you will next visit the even more amusing Reel to Real 3D Arts and Tricks Museum. Here, you pose for photos among large 3-dimensional paintings as if you’re surfing with whales, being chased (even eaten!) by dinosaurs, or crossing a perilous bridge. Apart from the bigger Instagram-ready paintings, the museum has numerous vibrant and punchy artworks. It is said that the collection is worth a million pesos.
The tour next takes you to a suite of cultural landmarks. First is Cacao City, a retail store for chocolate products (Davao is home to award-winning cacao farms). You will also visit Museo Dabawenyo, a gallery that details Davao's local life, history, art, and heritage.
Lastly, you will stop by the Kadayawan Cultural Village in Magsaysay Park. Here you will find reconstructions of the typical houses of the 11 indigenous and Moro groups of Davao. Marvel at architectural motifs unique to this region in the Philippines.
The half-day, 5-hour tour can be scheduled for Monday to Friday. Check availability now by choosing a date.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.