Attractions

Top Choice Museum in Baguio

BenCab Museum

This superb museum dedicated to the life, times and work of Benedicto Reyes Cabrera (BenCab) is as fascinating as the man who is its subject. The gallery is a mix of high glass panes slanting light into modern art c…
Top Choice Museum in Baguio

St Louis University Museum

This museum in the campus library is run by Isekias 'Ike' Picpican, one of the country’s foremost authorities on the history and culture of the Cordillera people. You can spend hours examining the scores of weapons,…
Area in Baguio

Camp John Hay

A Japanese internment camp for Allied prisoners of war, and then a US military rest-and-recreation facility, 246-hectare Camp John Hay has been reinvented as a mountain resort with restaurants, hotels, shops, a fant…
Arts Centre in Baguio

Tam-awan Village

Nine traditional Ifugao homes and two Kalinga huts were taken apart then reassembled on the side of a hill at the artist colony Tam-awan Village. Spending the night in one of these huts (single/double P500/1000) is …
Museum in Baguio

Baguio Mountain Provinces Museum

This thorough museum is a great introduction to the Igorot ('mountain people') of the Cordillera and also the harmful 'savage highlander'/'cultured lowlander' divide, introduced by the Spanish. Each display focuses …
Monument in Baguio

Lourdes Grotto

Established by the Spanish Jesuits in 1907, the Lourdes Grotto sits at the top of 252 steps in the hilly western part of town. From the top, there’s a nice view of the city’s rooftops, but even better views are to b…
Market in Baguio

Night Market

Didn't realize Baguio was so cold? The Night Market is a great place to find a cheap used hoodie or raincoat.