Museo ning Angeles (Angeles City Museum)

Built in 1922 as the municipio or Town Hall, this venerable landmark was converted into the city museum in 1999, when the City Hall moved out near MarQuee Mall.

Just the Facts:
  • Address: Heritage District, Santo Rosario Street, Angeles City, 2009 Pampanga, Philippines
  • Location: Corner of and Entiero Street, across from Holy Rosary Parish Church
  • Phone: (045) 887-4703
  • Map: Click here; GPS: 15.134676, 120.591024
  • Hours: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Saturday (closed Sundays); appointments can be made for tour groups for nights and Sundays; call (045) 887-4703 for details
  • Entrance Fee: 50 pesos
More Information:

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A statue of Jose Abad Santos (1886-1942),
born in nearby San Fernando and executed
by the Japanese occupation forces for
non-cooperation as Acting President
of the Philippines.

A door to the Museo office was the door to
a holding cell when the building was the
Municipio del Pueblo (town hall)

An immersive experience regarding the town's founding

A collection of illustrations of soldiers' uniforms and equipment

"2 Riflemen, Philippine Revolutionary
Army, 1896-1898"

"1932 Members of the 'Banda de Angeles,'"
a national-prize-winning brass band

One of the diorama's in the Museo shows the roasting of a pig

Another diorama shows a typical fiesta
Created May 22, 2016
Updated June 15, 2016

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