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Visit this out of the way attraction by hiring one of the tricycles parked along the street beside the PNP Hospital (across the Libertad Fruit Vendors Association market). There is a sign which says "Barangay Ambago" at the corner of this street and the main...More
Old artifacts of the past and how the people lived at those early times. You will see earthen pots, the old boat transportation called " balangay" was displayed and some gold jewelries and others inside the museum nearby or across the city hall offices.
We spent about 10 minutes here. It was interesting to see the boat relics and the hole in the ground where the boats were found. We did all the museums in a day. It was fun but wished there was more to see.
Showcase of the early balangay boat which proves that there was already trade even before butuan was established. You will see an authentic balangay boat and old coffins that were excavated.
If you want heritage and history, this is a "must-go-to" place. No entrance fees...More
Balangay Shrine Museum is a one-story building that serves as a unit of the National Museum.
It is located in Barangay Libertad and it houses the remnants of Seagoing Outrigger Boat or Balangay. The former is used by a community of settlers to go from...More
It's a 15-minute or so ride to this area. It's the way to the airport actually. Only go if you are indeed interested in seeing the oldest watercraft which was dug on the very spot it is being displayed. It has really few things to...More
It's a small open-door museum with amazing archeological artifacts and items! More historical information and overview boards could be presented, and more presentable layout of the excavation process. But the onsite guide the place is awesome!
Butuan is not much of a travel destination per se, but make your visit worthwhile by visiting its classic tourist spots. The Balangay Shrine is evidence of where it all began for us Filipinos, when our ancestors rode these amazing wooden boats across the seas...More
I finally got to see this museum, it is small but very interesting. I have a friend that worked on the dig that found the artifacts that are shown here. Very interesting and the guard that was stations was helpful and knowledgeable about everything we...More
It was a very limited museum, if you're expecting to see a lot. I give them credit for the effort of putting it up and preserving the finds/artifacts but there is surely much more that could be done to improve this museum. I hope they...More