The Negros Museum Field Trip
One fine day, Dindin and I went on a field trip to The Negros Museum in preparation for our homeschooling in Bacolod. It was a good time to test her readiness to museum tours.
The Negros Museum Outing
One fine Saturday morning, Dindin and I went to The Negros Museum for an impromptu educational trip. She did not like a lot of the exhibits there, however, because there were life-sized statues and she was afraid. They were pretty dark, after all.
But the saving grace was that, she especially liked the JGM Gallery where there is an ongoing exhibit of toys from all over the world. We stayed there for more than 30 minutes, checking each and every toy. After all, she is a kid. And with a toy collection like that, she was bound to go bonkers.
Buying a Souvenir
After our short museum tour, we bought a souvenir — a mask key chain with the word “Bacolod” written on it. It is representative of Bacolod City’s world-renowned MassKara Festival. The keepsake will be a wonderful addition to Dindin’s key chain collection. 😀
We then walked a block and had a stroll in the Bacolod Capitol Lagoon where Dindin smelled the flowers and watched the fish swim. We are thankful for the fine day we had. It was a great outing and a great bonding moment for us. 😀
The Negros Museum Hours
The Negros Museum is open for from 10AM-8PM, Tuesdays to Sundays. It is located at the Former Agricultural Building, Gatuslao Street, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, Philippines. Tel. Nos. +63 34 4334764 | +63 34 7085080.
The Negros Museum Entrance Fees
General Admission – Php 50.00
Senior Citizens – Php 40.00
Students and Children – Php 20.00