This is the main exhibit of Museo Sang Bata Sa Negros. This exhibit is all about the marine environment. One can see what sand is made of, how corals grow, threats to coral reefs, marine mammals, and all about mangroves. There are also aquariums showing the different marine ecosystems. View exhibit photos
This is an exhibit where one can see and touch marine creatures found along the seashore. These are sea stars, sea cucumbers, snails and small fishes. Children and adults enjoy very much this area of the museum. View exhibit photos
“Hampanganan” or “Toy Room” exhibit features the folk toy collection of Ms. Mara Montelibano, representing more than 50 countries. “Hampanganan” also showcases the promotional toys of McDonald’s donated by Mr. Eusebio “Butch” Lopez and the Beanie Babies Collection of Monica and Alex Kazlausky.
This exhibit is designed to encourage the timeless and universal virtues of positive character—qualities such as hard work, thrift, generosity, justice, forgiveness, and courage in our everyday lives. Here one can find profiles of ordinary persons who do their work extraordinarily well and we call them our everyday heroes. View exhibit photos
JGM Memorabilia and Exhibit dedicated to the Late Governor Joseph G. Maraňon.
Museo Sang Bata Sa Negros’ toy library functions like a book library except that instead of lending books, We lend out toys for 3 days. This gives the children in the community a chance to play with different toys without having to buy them. This also inculcates the values of sharing, respect and responsibility. The … Continue
This room exhibits the different toys and dolls from other countries which were donated by visitors to the museum and are not part of The “Hampanganan Room Exhibit.” One can find many dolls and toys from countries like Japan, China and Korea, thus we called this room the friendship room. This also serves as the … Continue
Behind the Museo Sang Bata building is a small mangrove park/walk , where one can see different species of mangroves. This is to complement our mangrove exhibit inside the museum. This is also part of the Mangrove Seminar, seeing, feeling, smelling and even tasting actual mangrove leaves and trees. View exhibit photos