The Negros Museum in Bacolod City serves as the repository of the rich cultural heritage of the province of Negros Occidental.
The museum is located in the provincial capitol complex and is housed in the former Agricultural Building. The building itself is an architectural landmark, reflecting the art deco style prevalent during its time.
Exhibits highlight the history of Negros Occidental, including its pre-colonial roots, the Spanish colonial era, and the sugarcane industry that significantly influenced the province’s development.
The museum also features various artworks, antique furniture, traditional crafts, and other artifacts that provide insights into the local culture and lifestyle.
The Negros Museum’s mission is to foster a profound appreciation of Negros’ history, culture, ecology, and art.
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