Museo de Oro

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In August 1967, Fr. Francisco R. Demetrio, S.J. started and founded the Xavier Folklife Museum, initially as an audiovisual aid in teaching Cultural Anthropology and Folklore, which eventually evolved into what is known today as Museo de Oro.

The newly renovated Museo de Oro Building Completed in September 2014, now exhibits the two most important sections: the Ethnohistory of Northern Mindanao and the Ethnology of Mindanao.

Entrance fees: PhP50.00 for adults and PhP20.00 for students.

They are open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. from Tuesday to Friday, while on Saturday they are open only in the morning.

 

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Facebook:Museo de Oro
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Landline:(08822) 72-3116
(088) 858-3116
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City/Municipal:Cagayan de Oro
Barangay:Brgy. 40
Address:Corrales Avenue
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