After the 7.2 magnitude earthquake in 2013, the 1860 Provincial Capitol Building is now open to the public as the National Museum Bohol.
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The museum presents an accurate and comprehensive documentation of the protection, conservation, and preservation of significant tangible movable and immovable cultural properties of Bohol.
It also highlights the immediate methods, actions, and procedures that the government has taken to ensure that the cultural properties, which are now called the National Cultural Treasures and Important Cultural Properties, are preserved.
The National Museum’s goal is not only to be a museum as a cultural center but also as an educational and scientific institution too.
If you want to know the history and the heritage of Bohol, make sure to visit the the National Museum Bohol.
Address: Carlos P. Garcia Avenue, Tagbilaran City, Bohol
Telephone: (038) 501 0488 or 0927-6002456 or 0927-6002456
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 8am to 5pm