Museums in the Philippines

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  • Exile of Dr. Jose Rizal

    Dapitan, Zamboanga del Norte - Showcases Dr. Jose Rizal's practices in medicine, literary, farming and engineering works, establishing school of boys while he's on exile.

  • Ferdinand Marcos Birthplace

    Sarrat, Ilocos Norte - Being a Marcos Country, the ancestral house and birthplace of the former president of the republic is also open to public.

  • Hofileña Ancestral House

    Silay, Negros Occidental - An ancestral house which is still being used by the owner and the travel guide himself. Ramon Hofileña also has paintings done by Luna, Rizal and Hidalgo.

  • Malakanyang of the North

    Paoay, Ilocos Norte - Official residence of the First Family during Marcos regime whenever they are in Ilocos later to become a museum of late president's memorabilia.

  • Malinta Tunnel

    Corregidor - It was initially used as a bomb-proof bunker but was later converted to a hospital. Educational and creepy inside.

  • Marikina Shoe Museum

    Marikina - A shoe museum with the sole purpose of showcasing some of Imelda Marcos' and other notable celebrities' collection of pairs of shoes.

  • The Mind Museum

    BGC, Taguig - Futuristic science museum infused with cellular and molecular structures true to their mantra - science comes alive.

  • Museo Dabawenyo

    Davao City - the small museum in Davao City and also called the people's museum for it hosts programs gearing towards for the betterment of historical and cultural awareness

  • Museo de Bacolor

    Bacolor, Pampanga - Part of the San Guillermo Parish Church is the sunken Recuerdos Sagrados de Bacolor that features the Bacolor's history and the aftermath of Mt. Pinatubo eruption.