Molo Church Tours
Join tours to Molo Church in Iloilo, a Gothic-designed majestic structure that is known as a female church. Appreciate its architecture, explore the displays of female saints, or stroll at the park in front of it.
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Frequently asked questions
Where is Molo Church located?
Molo Church is located in Molo, Iloilo City. It’s 3 kilometers away from Iloilo City proper, about 10 minutes of travel time. It’s 19 kilometers away from Iloilo International Airport, about 30 minutes of travel time.
Why is Molo Church called the ‘Female Church’ of Iloilo?
Molo Church is also named as female/feminist church because of the figures of the holy women on each column in the church aisles. St. Anne, patron saint of Molo, is displayed at the front of the church altar.
What can I do in Molo Church?
Aside from praying and admiring the church’s architecture, you may stroll around the district plaza or wait until the evening to take photos of the neo-gothic structure.
When is the best time to visit Molo Church?
You can visit Molo Church anytime as it’s not season-dependent. Visiting Molo Church during the Holy Week is a good time too as it can be a part of your Visita Iglesia or pilgrimage tours.
How do I get to Molo Church?
It is a popular tourist spot so you should be able to easily access it by taxi or by a jeepney. Almost all jeepney routes, including Villa Arevalo, Molo Mandurriao, Molo Baluarte, Oton Anhawan, and Oton Derecho, can travel along the plaza with "Arevalo" or “Molo” on its name. You may also join a guided tour to have a hassle-free trip.
Are there Molo Church tours during rainy or bad weather?
Molo Church is an indoor tourist spot in Iloilo, but it’s still dependent on the storm signal issued by PAGASA. Make sure to coordinate with your tour operator for more information.