00:56 10 Jan 23
Me and my family went here for our Davao history. The place is small but packed of very informative and interactive activity, and the best part is its free. Although their collection is small but, I really like it since they are open for public to connects Davao's rich culture. I just do wish the local goverment have a grant for their Vision and Mission. Kuddos to the team, good job.
Anton Jun Monsalod
09:04 27 Dec 22
A nice place to visit in davao city. We can learn about the houses of the tribes in davao. You can also try to wear their traditional dress
04:23 20 Dec 22
Ramon Magsaysay Park - is one of the oldest parks in the city and was built in honor of the seventh president of the Philippines, Ramon Magsaysay.You can enjoy your time by the seafront of Davao and Samal, you can learn more about Davao's 11 tribes by visiting the Kadayawan Tribal Village.Bonus: The Magsaysay fruit stand is right in front of the park. You can get your fill of Durian and Pomelo Davao and other seasonal fruits from various fruit stands.
Vanessa Mae Lora, RN
00:54 06 Sep 22
The museo Dabawenyo. Educational place that tells us the 50 things about the history of davao. Very educational for kids and adults, too. No entrance fee. Please observe minimum health protocols. Thank you.
01:41 22 Aug 22
Temporary venue for the museum before it transfers to the new venue currently constructed in People's Park. Guided museum tour available and entrance is free. Easily accessible via taxi since it is located within a subdivision.
Museo Dabawenyo is a City Government of Davao facility and is being run in collaboration with the private sector. it is a “peoples’ museum” and its programs are geared towards better historical and cultural awareness, understanding and integration.
Philippine Women's University of Davao, University Ave, Talomo, Davao City, Davao del Sur
- (082) 222 6011
- Philippine Women's University of Davao, University Ave, Talomo, Davao City, Davao del Sur