Museums in the Philippines

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  • Angono-Binangonan Petroglyphs

    Angono, Rizal - A unique museum that features ancestral arts in a mountain wall of Rizal that seals the mark of Angono as the Arts Center of the Philippines.

  • Balay Negrense

    Silay, Negros Occidental - An old house by prominent clans of Victor, Fernandez, and Gaston in Negros that showcases the lifestyle of the alta sociedad during the Spanish occupation

  • Cagayan Museum

    Tuguegarao, Cagayan - Houses exhibits linked to eldest human remains known in Asia Pacific, Cagayan falls and caves, and various church relics and pieces

  • Capas National Shrine

    Capas, Tarlac - This is the area where the Bataan Death March ended displaying statistics about prisoners and deaths, together with poems for peace.

  • Carlos Garcia Ancestral House

    Tagbilaran, Bohol - An ancestral house of the former president open for public that showcases his memorabilia, poems and love for chess.

  • Casa de Segunda

    Lipa, Batangas - Formally known as the Luz-Katigbak Ancestral House, the casa is named after Segunda, the first love of Dr. Jose Rizal

  • Casa Real Shrine

    Malolos, Bulacan - Today, Casa Real is dedicated to the 21 women of Malolos, who embodied the ideals of feminism that caught Jose Rizal's attention.

  • Crisologo Museum

    Vigan, Ilocos Sur - Personal items and pieces of colonial-era of the prominent clan in Vigan

  • Davao Museum of History and Ethnography

    Davao City - A home of artifacts to showcase the diversity of the peoples and cultures of Southern Mindanao