1. Home
  2. »
  3. Products & Businesses
  4. »
  5. People and Arts
  6. »
  7. People
  8. »

A museum is a sanctuary where you can find artworks and artifacts that reflect our historical past that significantly contributes to our history.  Each art piece found in the museum has a unique story from its creator—cultural and historical past and the inspiration behind the art.

There are many types of museums, including art museums, natural history museums, science museums, and many more. That can surely fascinate you in every artwork and story you can discover inside a museum.

These are the TOP 5 Must-Visit Museums in Rizal:

1.  Pintô Art Museum

Source: Elle Araez
Source: Aris Pafenio

Pintô Art Museum was established in 2010. A neurologist Dr. Joven Cuanang, the founder of this museum, was started with his artwork collection with an ambition to open a connection between the diverse culture and perspective through art. 

Source: Pinto Art Museum

Pintô Art Museum is located at #1 Sierra Madre Street, Grand Heights Subdivision in Barangay San Roque in Antipolo.

Source: Mark Ramos
Source: Mark Andrew Estella

The artworks that you can find in this museum are about Contemporary and Primitive art. This museum continues to promote and exhibit the works of contemporary Filipino artists.

How to get there?

📍 Pintô Art Museum

Address: #1 Sierra Madre Street, Grand Heights Subdivision, Barangay San Roque Antipolo, Rizal

Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday (10:00 AM – 6:00 PM)

Admission Fee:

P250: Adult

P200: Senior Citizen/PWD

P125: Student

FREE: 3 y/o and below

2. Blanco Family Museum

Source: Jerico Manasan

Blanco Family Museum was renowned in 1978 by the muralist artist Jose V. Blanco

Source: Wil Visuals

There are about 400 artworks created by each member of the Blanco family over decades ago.

Source: HK Muslimah LTC
Source: Lawrence Villamar

The Blanco family of painters produced the artwork collection in this museum. The inspiration of their artworks is the collection of visual arts representing Angono’s idyllic rural life, colorful fiestas, and religious celebrations.

How to get there?

📍 Blanco Family Museum

Address: 312 A. Ibanez St. Angono, Rizal

Contact details:

(02) 8651-0048

(+63) 9063731300

Admission Fee:


3. The Angono-Binangonan Petroglyphs Site Museum

Source: Melvin Salinasal

The Angono-Binangonan Petroglyph was founded by Carlo “Botong” Francisco in 1965. This cultural heritage site dates back to circa 3000 BC and is the most ancient prehistoric work of art in the Philippines.

Source: Charlie Ting

In the cave, you will see the different carvings of the tribe who lived in this cavern many decades ago

This site is well known for its rock engravings with approximately 127 different drawings of human and animal figures.

Source: Mae Lean Langcay

The Angono-Binangonan Petroglyph has been included in the World Inventory of Rock Art under the auspices of UNESCO, ICCROM, and ICOMOS. It was declared a National Cultural Treasure under Presidential Decree 260. in 1996, it was also nominated as one of the 100 “Most Endangered Sites of the World” under the World Monument Watch List.

4. Casa Santa Museum

Source: Casa Santa Museum

The Philippines has the longest Christmas celebration in the world, and this Museum is the best way to experience a Christmas theme celebration.

Source: Casa Santa Museum

Casa Museum was a public attraction of Jardin de Miramar, located in the city of Antipolo.

Source: Casa Santa Museum

It is a Christmas-themed Museum that boasted more than 3,700 Christmas and Santa Claus mementos and figures. This Christmas collection was from different countries around the globe.

How to get there?

📍 Casa Santa Museum

Address: 276 San Jose Ext., San Isidro Antipolo City.

Operating Hours:

Weekdays: 10 am to 4 pm
Weekends: 2 pm to 4 pm

Contact number for inquiries:

0917 891 22 08 or (02) 8584 3199.

Website: www.casasantamuseum.com

Admission Fee:

P675/ per head

5. Angono Street Murals

Source: Erika S.

Mural Painting is an artwork painted directly on a wall, usually applied to public spaces or streets.

Source: Erika S.

Angono Street Mural is a must-visit place to see and discover more about mural painting because of this artwork in the street in Angono, Rizal.

Source: Erika S.

Walls along the street of Barangay Poblacion Itaas are adorned with mural paintings sculpture by different mural artists of the town depicting the artwork of Carlos “ Botong” Francisco as a tribute for the late National Artist.

Source: Erika S.

This Street Art mural is open for viewing 24 hours a day. It is surely the best way to celebrate the masterpieces of Carlos “Botong” Francisco.

How to get there?

📍 Angono Street Murals

Address: 265A Doña Aurora St, Angono, 1930 Rizal

These are the TOP 5 Must-Visit Museums in Rizal. Continue to explore the present but don’t forget the past. Reminisce all the stories from the past by visiting these Museums.

Disclaimer: Credit to the rightful owners. We do not intent copyright infringement with these photos.

© Steven Cavalida

WIR INTERN De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde Antipolo

No responses yet

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Popular Post