The Aquino Center and Museum houses the Aquino family's images and artifacts. It was established as a memorial to the late Senator Benigno Aquino Jr. and his wife, the late President Corazon Aquino, who worked tirelessly for the restoration of democracy in the Philippines under the late President Ferdinand Marcos' regime.
One of Tarlac's most notable landmarks, a memorial to the Filipino and American troops who escaped the Bataan Death March but died at Camp O'Donnell. The entire area was surrounded with trees, each one representing a fallen soldier.
A serene and tranquil monastery perched on the top of a mountain surrounded by sceneries and greenery. Regarded as one of Tarlac's greatest tourist attractions, Monasterio de Tarlac is a must-see!
Don't miss out on one of Pampanga's most famous landmarks! The Museo ning Angeles has a large collection of provincial history, including dioramas of Kapampangan traditional life and culture.
Explore Pampanga's rich culture and history by visiting the ancient Pamintuan Mansion. The mansion still stands today and is used as a social science museum.