The Archdiocesan Museum of Cebu or simply the Cebu Cathedral Museum is situated right across the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral. It houses numerous religious artifacts from the Spanish period. The museum opened in November 2006 and is managed by the Archdiocesan Commission for the Cultural Heritage of the Church.
The Archdiocesan Museum of Cebu has six galleries displaying different religious items and artifacts. The first gallery contains illustrations and pictures of the growth of Catholicism in Cebu. The second gallery features the memorabilia of Cardinal Ricardo Vidal. The third gallery shows how the Spaniards built the churches in Cebu. The fourth gallery shows several statues of saints. The fifth gallery contains different items used in a Roman Catholic Mass, including chalices and priestly vestments, among others. The sixth gallery features a sample of the bedroom of a priest.
To get to the Archdiocesan Museum of Cebu, you should get on a jeepney headed for the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral. These jeepneys include those marked 02B, 04H, and 17C, among others. If you are coming from Mandaue or Mabolo area, you can get on a jeepney marked 21A. These jeepneys pass either along the side or in front of the cathedral. The museum is located on the left side of the cathedral.