Blanco Family Museum
Blanco Family Museum was built in 1980 after a successful family exhibit held by the Blanco family themselves at the National Museum in 1978. This museum comprises of paintings mounted on sawali or weaved bamboo slate. Their works showcases the Filipino culture and tradition in the form of realism.
Giant paper mache carabaos greet the guests at the lobby while a hanging bamboo bridge can be walked on by the brave guests. Next to the garden is the museum’s Audio Visual Room that can be used for lecturing and meeting.
Address: 312 Ibanez St., Brgy. San Vincente, Angono, Rizal
Telephone: (02) 651-0048/ (02) 651-3230 / 0926-673-0805
Business Hours: Tue – Sun: 08:00 – 17:00
Admission: P100/ senior (60 years old or older, ID required) P70