|Horarios de atencion||
Limited edition books/ published materials from over 200 countries + islands are here! Visit us!
Artifacts from regions of Philippines are here too
An inspiring and extraordinary compilation of travel artifacts, the Book cum Ethnology Museum records Atty. Dominador Buhain's adventures along with the 218 countries he's visited.
The museum has six sections, two of which are the most important one, the Book Museum and the Ethnology Museum.
The Ethnology Museum highlights well-preserved, precious artifacts from the gentle folks of the Cordillera Region, the similar pioneering culture that built the Banaue Rice terraces.
Other than those from the Cordilleras, some hailstones from the islands of Mindanao.
The Book museum showcases Atty. Buhain's collection of Books,magazines,diaries and other peculiar books such as the smallest book in the world-it's the size of a thumbnail (3.3x3.3 mm) and you'd have to grab a special magnifying glass to read its contents.
In the heart of the museum lies a gigantic sculpture of the owner's foot, a representation of his traveling lifestyle.
The foot sculpture also fits faultlessly with the shoe-themed City of Marikina.