The façade of the facility itself is not what you would expect from a museum since it is designed to look like a castle. To ensure the cleanliness of the premises, shoes are not allowed to be worn while inside the facility. The members of the staff are on hand to guide you as you go through the different sections in the museum.
The museum has six sections, each offering a unique experience to visitors. The six sections are as follows: the Philippine Pride Section, Jurassic Animal Section, Religious Beliefs Section, World Famous Art Section, Ocean Section, and Ending Section.
All of these exhibits are quite mind-boggling and would definitely keep your fun meter at an all time high while exploring the different sections at the Cebu Happy World Museum.
- Take a Jeepney – It may be cheap, but it is also takes the longest period of time. From SM, take a jeepneys bound for Hi-Way, Mandaue. Once you reach Hi-way, Mandaue, take another jeepney to Tamiya or Opon and tell the driver to drop you off at MEPZ where the multi-cabs bound for Cordova are parked. Take the multi-cab to the Cordova Municipal Hall before taking a tricycle to the Cebu Happy World Museum.
- Take a Ferry Boat – You can catch a ferry ride from Pier 3 to Lapu-Lapu City. After reaching the port in Lapu-Lapu, walk to the place where multi-cabs going to Cordova pass and get off at the Cordova Municipal Hall. From the municipal hall, take a tricycle ride to the Cebu Happy Museum.
- Take a Van-for-hire – You can go to the SM V-Hire terminal and get on a van bound for Cordova. Once you reach the V-hire terminal in Cordova, take a tricycle to the Cebu Happy World Museum
- Take a Taxi – while this is the most convenient way in getting to the Cebu Happy World Museum, it is also rather costly. You can tell the driver to bring you to the museum directly. If the driver does not know where it is, tell him to go to the Cordova Municipal Hall and turn left at the intersection close to the municipal hall. The museum should be at the left side of the road.