The Palawan Museum was created in 1991 with a vision of serving as a center and repository of relics and artifacts in Palawan. It was formerly a station for researchers before being turned into a museum. Many of these artifacts on display have been unearthed from the Tabon Caves, including the remains of a caveman carbon dated back to the early Paleolithic Era (about 22,000 years ago). Other exhibits include dart holders, blow guns, jars, porcelain plates, gongs and drums. Guided tours are available upon request.

Valencia St, Puerto Princesa, 5300 Palawan
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Monday-Saturday: 9am to 12pm & 1:30pm to 5pm. Closed on Sundays
P20 for adults, P10 for students
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