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This museum is usually part of the Panglao Island Tour.
It has an entrance fee of 50 pesos per adult, but kids are free.
There will be a tour guide that will show you around the museum and will provide some details regarding the history...More
Wonderful display of shells and we actually found the guide to be helpful and very informative. They did not stand over you yet if you wanted to know something, they were ready to help. Loved the museum pieces at the rear and actually a hidden...More
The shell museum is more of a large and somewhat rambling personal shell collection that is now on display, It is quite a collection though and a must see for any person interested at all in collecting shells.
I agree with one of the previous reviewers. This museum has a lot of potential but not looked after. There are a lot of shells. Brief explanation from the guide. When we asked questions, she had very little other knowledge. Gave us a very brief...More
The place is included in our Panglao Tour and our driver Kuya Mario told us before we even enter the place that there are very expensive pearls and shells that are being sold inside. Hmmm. that strike's as curiosity for us.
The place is begging...More
This place could have been a great tourist spot. Sadly: -
1. Place was not well maintained. Water leaking from ceiling causing floor to be slippery;
2. Guides were not interested to tell you much. More engrossed with the mobile phone. Only concern is to...More
Visited this shell museum with a knowledgeable tour guide who knows a lot about shells.. enjoyed looking at the shell collection as well as their souvenir shop and the Tree House at the back.. very educational..
Definitely bigger on the inside. You can visit room after room and every time you think you've reached the end, it turns out you're wrong. The guide was extremely well informed and very interesting. Check out the tree house!