A Sneak Peek to the proposed P163-M Bacolod City Museum

Bacolod City - Senator Juan Miguel Zubiri has committed to the city of smile a P163-million construction of Bacolod museum. "This is a flagship project, one with major impact to Bacolod, from my initiative in the 2019 budget," PTV news reported. The local government of Bacolod has given three proposed architectural designs for them to pick for the best. 


Bacolod City Mayor Leonardia thanked the senator for the project, which he described as " a dream come true and something beyond what we expected."

The iconic building has three to four floors. The first two floors will house the MassKara museum, which will display the masks and garments used by performers of the world-famous MassKara festival held every October, while the top floor will serve as amphitheater.


"It should be a kind of structure befitting the stature of Bacolod as a highly-urbanized city and as one of the fastest-growing local economies. We are growing by leaps and bounds, a coliseum will just be a facility that a city like Bacolod should have," Bacolod City Mayor Leonardia said thedailyguardian.

The name of the building would depend on what would be approved by the Bacolod City government.

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