St Louis University Museum
The Bell Church consists of several ornate, pagoda-roofed temples near the border of Baguio and La Trinidad. As places of worship go,...
Established by the Spanish Jesuits in 1907, the Lourdes Grotto (we’d say it was more of a cave, but who’s splitting hairs) sits at the...
A mellow, sophisticated place that draws its fair share of tourists, expats and local students. Some of the bar’s speciality drinks...
Cafe by the Ruins
Baguio’s most beloved restaurant is a relaxing refuge in the middle of the bustling city. The interior is awash in art, foliage and...
St Louis University Museum information
Lonely Planet review
The St Louis University Museum, in the basement of the campus library, is run by Ike Picpican, one of the country’s foremost authorities on the history and culture of the Cordillera people. There’s a strong collection of weapons, basketry and other hill tribe ethnographic artefacts, and the placards are well written, but it helps if Ike is around to explain their context. Free tours end with participatory native-instrument jam sessions. To get here, you leave some form of ID with the front security folks at St Louis University.