|Established||1909 (1902 - Original Built)|
|Location||Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, Philippines|
|Type||Local museum, ancestral house|
|Founder||Horace B. Silliman|
|Architectural style||American architecture|
|Town or city||Dumaguete, Negros Oriental|
|Construction started||1909 (1902 - Original Built), 1970 (established as museum)|
The Silliman Hall is a building contstructed in the Stick Style of American architecture in Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, Philippines. It was built in the early 1900s. It was converted to a museum in 1970. It is located in Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, Philippines.
The collections are divided into two categories and seven galleries. It includes artifacts from the indigenous Negritos and the Islamic period and as early as 200 BC.
- Balay Negrense
- The Ruins (mansion)
- Hacienda Rosalia
- Dizon-Ramos Museum
- Museo Negrense de La Salle
- Dr. Jose Corteza Locsin Ancestral house
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