The BenCab museum was built by Benedicto Cabrera a Philippine National Artist. The museum is home both to his own artworks and his collections mostly of Cordilleran origin. It is also serve as the venue for exhibits by different artists. For art lovers and those who want to unwind, the BenCab museum is definitely a place to visit.
Contrary to what many tourists know, the BenCab museum is actually not part of Baguio City. Its actual address is at Km.6 Asin Road Tadiangan Tuba in Benguet. That being said Baguio City is still the launch point if you would want to visit this museum since the hotels are in baguio city, maybe that is the reason for such association. Even though the BenCab Museum is about 30 minutes away from Baguio’s Central business district it is still one of the must visit places in Benguet. We had the opportunity to visit the BenCab museum for the third time and this time we would like to give you a video sneak peak on what are the things that you will see when you visit this museum.
What to See At BenCab Museum
Things to remember when you visit BenCab Museum
Entrance Fee: P100.00/person (since January 2014)
Use of Camera is allowed however you must refrain from triggering the flash.
The Cafe Sabel is located at the first floor of the Building in case you get hungry or thirsty.
Aside from appreciating the art you can also go to the balcony and appreciate the mountain side.
If you get the chance the BenCab museum is also a best spot to watch the sunset.