Boljoon is one of the oldest towns in Cebu. It was already a bustling community even before the Spaniards landed on the shores of Cebu. While it was mainly an agricultural and fishing community, evidence has shown the possibility that the community traded with the Chinese and other Asian communities as shown through Chinese porcelain and brass beads that were excavated in the area.
The Boljoon Parish Museum is located at the ground floor of the rectory of the Boljoon Parish Church. It houses a rich collection of archaeological treasures showing the rich history of this southern town. Some of the relics and antiques displayed at the museum are around half a century old. Aside from the liturgical items used by the priests and friars in the past, the museum also houses some archaeological items from residents who lived in the area even before the coming of the Spaniards.
You can reach the town of Boljoon by getting on a bus headed for the town at the Cebu South Bus Terminal. The trip will take around three to four hours depending on the traffic. Once you reach the town, you can head over to the parish church of the town since the museum is located close to the church.