‪The Negros Museum‬

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‪09:00 ص - 03:00 م‬
الثلاثاء
09:00 ص - 03:00 م
الأربعاء
09:00 ص - 03:00 م
الخميس
09:00 ص - 03:00 م
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3.5
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‪9‬
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Deby
مانيلا, الفلبين9 مساهمات
يوليو 2019
‪If you want to know more about the history of the place you were going to, you should visit the museum. One thing that I will never forget about this place is we were asked if we want to see the owner's daughter's collection of toys from around the world. It was placed in a room with great air conditioning to preserve the toys. The only downside is, we are not allowed to take a picture. It was a unique experience for me since it was my first time to be on a room filled with toys. It was beautifully curated and the museum attendant explained every toys in details. It's just creepy at first because I'm afraid of dolls and there are a lot of dolls in there.‬
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LolaGo1
واشنطن العاصمة, منطقة كولومبيا5,684 مساهمة
بمفردك • فبراير 2020
‪The staff here are very friendly and helpful. The main thing I like about it is it’s proximity to other attractions such as the Capitol, Lake and Lagoon, Negroes Forest & Ecological Foundation.

Outside , the big statue of the carabao and the Museum Building are equally interesting!‬
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burghughes
‪Greendale‬, ‪Wisconsin‬927 مساهمة
بمفردك • فبراير 2020
‪I felt this museum was far better than the average score I see on Trip Advisor. Yes, it is small but they absolutely make the most of the space they have, which is a beautiful old building.

What I thought this museum did incredibly well was provide background for the work of the artists on display. This helped me not only understand the context for the pieces, but also led to a deeper understanding of the culture of the Philippines and Bacolod/Negros Island.

I found the photography display of Angela Silva’s work incredibly moving, especially “Shadow Mothers” which helps the viewer connect emotionally to the role of the Yaya in Filipino culture.

I went from there to the much lighter work of Jo Anne Coruna, which is a series of drawings and writings about her garden inside the city. It is an effort to understand man’s place in the natural world and incredibly well done. When viewing allow yourself to take the time to read the small notes that she has written in many of the drawings. Again, a great connection to the local culture as cities like Bacolod grow and spread and try to find balance with the nature they are over running.

I also loved the display of a Bao near the entrance. This ancient tool used to process sugar cane powered by a caribou walking in circles is almost the same tool I saw my uncles use to process molasses in rural Kentucky in the early 1970s. The only difference is theirs was powered by a mule. It helped to drive home that while there are great cultural differences from one side of the globe to another, the hard work and perseverance of the working class and farmers is incredibly similar.

The staff at the museum was friendly and helpful. If you have a driver they can drop you in front and there is a small parking area where they can await your exit. However, the Museum is an easy walk from the lagoon if you happen to go for a walk in that beautiful park. The cost of admission is about $2 USD.

To sum it up, I have had the opportunity to visit the Louvre, the Guggenheim, the best museums in Budapest and London...my wife was a Fine Arts major and the National Gallery in Washington DC was one of the stops on our honeymoon. No, in terms of the size and the value of the collection, this little museum in Bacolod certainly cannot be compared, but there is one thing they do even better than the great ones; they use the displayed art to connect you to their culture, to let you know more about them as a people, to tell their story. That is an amazing gift to give their visitors and one I am truly grateful for.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 15 فبراير 2020
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franzel
باسيج, الفلبين23 مساهمة
العائلة • فبراير 2020
‪We just drop by to see whats inside but nothing spectacular,they have an entry pass 80 pesos each person. ‬
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Thor
‪Reykjavik‬, أيسلندا101 مساهمة
بمفردك • يناير 2020
‪If you want to know about filipino, history and culture of Negros Occidental you give this museum one our of your time. ‬
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Glen C
5 مساهمات
أغسطس 2019
‪didnt have a lot of historical value there..mainly artworks..but there was some educational value there‬
كُتب بتاريخ 4 سبتمبر 2019
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redpink_ela_gp
منطقة العاصمة الوطنية, الفلبين231 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • مايو 2019
‪Negros Museum is a child-friendly museum with livelihood component. Local artists sell their artwork at the museum shop, too.

The Negros Museum is dedicated to promoting and sustaining a deep understanding of local culture, history, artistic practice, and ecology, primarily among children and youth of the island of Negros, and also among peoples visiting the various areas of the province. It commits to the work in order to contribute to long lasting social understanding.

A must visit when in Bacolod! Opens from Tuesday to Sunday at a minimal entrance fee. Located along Gatuslao Street near Bacolod City’s Hall of Justice and the Provincial Capitol. ‬
كُتب بتاريخ 5 يوليو 2019
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Gregory
أتلانتا, جورجيا36 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • مارس 2019
‪The entrance fee was 70 pp. I thought this was going to be a museum. It was a gallery displaying the works of several artist. Most of the works were for sale. It was an okay gallery with nothing historical but a train sitting outside.

I guess they change the contents from time to time.‬
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iyen kua
مدينة داسماريناس, الفلبين92 مساهمة
العائلة • يناير 2019
‪Simple yet you will learn a lot about the history of Negros. Good thing it was not crowded when we were here.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 7 فبراير 2019
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Frederick A
5 مساهمات
زوجان • فبراير 2019
‪Value for your money. The Museum sits on in impressive building and has good lighting. You explore the two storey on your pace which is great for those not in a hurry. ‬
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