The Aznar Museum is a newly
established museum in Southwestern University. It features a collection of
pre-Hispanic artefacts, many of which were taken from an archaeological dig in
Camotes Island that unearthed a complete pre-Hispanic village.
The Casa Gorordo Museum is
the perfect place for tourists to grasp the heritage and tradition of the
Filipino culture. The Museum was once the home to the Filipino man Juan
Gorordo, who became Cebu’s first bishop.
Housing a large number of
artefacts, antiques and relics, this unique museum was named a historic landmark
of Philippines by the National Historical Institute Board.
Fort San Pedro
Fort San Pedro is an
enchanting sight to see in Cebu, as the place holds an enthralling history to
it. The fort was used for a number of different things at various times in the
past, but today stands as a museum and a historical park ideal for a family
Combining an inspiring
blend of history and modernism, the Fort San Pedro is the oldest bastion styled
fort in Cebu.
Liberty Shrine is located
on Punta Engano, Mactan Island. This monument stands to honour the spot where
on April 27, 1521 the first Filipino hero, Lapu-Lapu, and his warriors killed
Magellan in battle and drove his troops back to the sea.
University of San Carlos Museum
Here, you'll find a
fascinating collection of indigenous artefacts dating to pre-Spanish times,
which shows the rich culture and history of the Visayan people.