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Dubbed as the House of History, the Aguinaldo Mansion is the locus of a focal point in the unfolding of Philippine history. Constructed in 1845, the original structure of the house was of nipa-and-thatch material. It was reconstructed four years...more
Have brought foreign friends here on two occasions and they (and myself) have always been impressed at how this beautiful house has been restored to its former glory. With easy access from SLEX and plenty of parking, it's well worth a visit when you're heading...More
The landmark where the declaration of Philippine Independence was made. We're amazed how big and grandiose is Aguinaldo's mansion. The details of the house and furnitures are really intricate with lots of secret passageways and hidden exits. One of the best ancestral house we've seen...More
The original ancestor house of Philippines' 1st President, Emilio Aguinaldo. The shrine is open to the public with few fees. The park is also open to the public day and night with night shops every weekend.
But it needs tough love. The grounds need massive upkeep. It will really benefit most of all the people of Cavite who not only would get much needed revenue generation but they themselves can enjoy a clean and well kept park. The park grounds in...More
This is a place if you want to learn more about filipino history. This is the house of the former president and as soon as you enter you get a sense nostalgia. The museum itself has a lot of wonderful old artifacts and small models...More
if you're wanting to learn more about filipino history then the aguinaldo shrine is a great spot to visit. there's an entrance fee but it's not too much. we had a guide walk us through the house who was very informative. downstairs is a museum...More
The former president's house was really historical inside and outside. It was so nostalgic because of the ambiance. We were excited that time to have a tour and as we entered inside, there were already stories in every thing you see. On the ground floor...More
The entire mansion is a museum that walks visitors through Emilio Aguinaldo's celebrated life. There's a gallery that exhibits his personal memorabilia, intricate designs all over the mansion that shows his patriotism and artistic taste, secret passageways, hidden exits and storage, and fancy housewares and...More