Baker's Hill is a famous hang out place in Palawan, known for their freshly baked goodies like hopia, munchies and crinkles. It is located on top of a...
Fort San Pedro National Museum exhibits and preserves the Cebu's historical heritage. Also called a museum park, Fort San Pedro is considered as the oldest and, with its circumference of 1.2488 feet (410 meters), the smallest triangular bastion in the Philippines.
Displayed in the museum are artifacts taken from the old Spanish Galleon known as SAN DIEGO within the deep sea of Fortune Island off the coast of Nasugbo, Batangas. Artifacts excavated within Forts San Pedro’s premises are also on display some of which includes Ming porcelain pieces of all sizes, coins, lockets, swords fragments, cannons and helmets.
This was also the previous office of the Department of Tourism and the Philippines Tourism Authority in the Visayas Region.
Museum hours: 8AM - 7PM daily with an Entrance fee of P15.