The thought of going to BenCab Museum is when I was watching the movie “that thing called tadhana” while im inside the bus on my way here. I also found it on the net when I searched for Baguio’s attractions in trip Advisory, second on the list.
It is accessible to anyone who desires to see the beautiful art pieces inside. The museum puts up the collections of Philippine national artist Benedicto Cabrera and the works of Filipino masters and contemporary artists. It is a four-story building, has nine galleries and a cafe.
In the second level you can find the Indigo, cordillera, erotica, print and benCab gallery.
This gallery contains works that are offensive to minors, please be guided accordingly.
The gazebo, A view from Patio Salvador
LEVEL III showcases the Philippine contemporary art gallery 1 and 2, and the Maestro Gallery
Contemporary Art Gallery I
Philippine Contemporary Art Gallery II
It is also located in Asin, Tuba, Benguet where the Asin hot springs are also situated.