The museum has a collection of important objects of historical, cultural, ethnographical, and scientific value, to name a few: native’s body ornaments, worship objects, household and hunting tools, and even burial artifacts. Laws of the Indies and ancient Filipino writings which have significant bearings in our history and culture are available for research and investigation. The Archeological Gallery contains Chinese porcelains and earthenware as well as barters from the West Indies.
Centuries old religious images and Spanish documents constitute the Spanish Gallery. Colonial lifestyle through a collection of books containing riddles, awits, corridos, folksongs, legends and traditions can be accessed through the mini-library of the museum.
The grim result of the second world war showcases the American-Japanese gallery. Military orders, documents, and weaponry completes this gallery.
The University Museum, a much-sought-after venue for research and tours will continue in the preservation of our history and culture.