Come with us and learn about Angeles City’s rich cultural heritage. Visit traditional houses and get the chance to check out the first museum in the Philippines that tackles social history. This tour is perfect for history buffs and travelers who want to immerse themselves in the local culture.
Your private day tour begins once you’re picked up from your accommodation in Angeles City or Clark. The guide will brief you on the day’s itinerary and give you a short background of the places you will visit.
Your first stop will be the Museo Ning Angeles which is located at the heart of the Sto. Rosario Historic District. Museo Ning Angeles is a 1920s two-story hub for culture and the arts. First built as a town hall, the structure was dubbed as an “Important Cultural Property of the Philippines” a hundred years later.
When you enter the museum, you will see the various historical displays. You will also learn about Angeles City’s well-known personalities, including its founder, Don Angel Pantaleon de Miranda. You will also find exhibits dedicated to Pampanga Province’s love affair, as the province is a well-known foodie destination.
From the Museo, you head to the Pamintuan Mansion. The Mansion is a century-old structure that used to be the home of a rich political family in Angeles. It was turned into a museum in 2015, and the first to deal with social history.
Each of the galleries in the mansion depicts an aspect of a traditional Filipino social life, which provides great insight into Philippine culture. Pamintuan Mansion also has a unique place in the country’s history because Lt. Gen. Arthur MacArthur, Jr. and Filipino leader Antonio Luna used it as their headquarters.
Enjoy a complimentary lunch at a local restaurant before heading to your next destination. You will go around the city and make short stops at the heritage houses. Marvel at the history and architecture of each house before you head back to your hotel.
Learn more about the roots of Angeles city and its continuous evolution by booking this tour. Check the availability by selecting a date.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs can be limited.