January 02, 2016

BenCab Museum

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  • Visit the vast collection of art works from the renowned Philippine National artist Benedict Cabrera and many other artists gathered in one museum.

    The BenCab Museum was founded in 2009 where contemporary artworks of various artists and collections of traditional crafts are exhibited in an open space. Handicrafts displayed are also produced by mountain tribes such as Ifugao and Kalinga.

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    Enjoy viewing great master’s art works

    Aside from galleries, visitors can stay at a café called Café Sabel that offers fresh and natural food with ingredients directly from BenCab’s organic farm. It offers a signature coffee blend called BenCab’s Brew that is made from coffee trees in the farm. This café overlooks the forest and duck pond so guests can feel cozy while admiring the great view of magnificent mountains.

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    You can have a rest at the pond beside the museum

    There is also a museum shop that sells art books, paper products such as postcards and notepads, highland art & crafts like wood carvings and textiles. Other wearable souvenir items including t-shirts and caps are also available.

    The Bencab Museum is committed to the promotion of the arts, preservation, conservation, and protection of the environment, as well as the Cordilleras’ culture and traditions.

     

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