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The Aquino Center Museum, Tarlac
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Located off the stretch of MacArthur Highway in Barangay San Miguel, Tarlac City (also accessible via SCTEX through the Luisita Access Road), the Aquino Center houses two world-class facilities in one.Use our Tarlac tour planner to arrange your visit to The Aquino Center Museum and other attractions in Tarlac.
The Museum houses the memorabilia of two beloved Filipino icons of democracy: Senator Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino, Jr. and President Corazon "Cory" Aquino. It also chronicles the Filipino's proud recent history: Ninoy and Cory's fight to restore democracy and their shining example of People Power that inspired the world.
The Aquino Center's conference facilities provide an inspiring setting for leadership formation, training, team-building and fellowship among companies, government agencies, non-government organizations, and civic and trade groups. It is also a memorable venue for wedding receptions, parties and other social events.
Seminar rooms - 20-25 pax
Function rooms - 40-90 pax
Audio Visual Room - 88 pax
Ballroom - 150-350 pax
For more inquiries, you may contact :
Ms. Karen Nina Lacsamana-Carrera, Aquino Center Manager
+63 45 985 0968
+63 45 985 0969
(Fax) +63 45 985 0969
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昔テレビで見たニュースが目の前に広がります。 血染めのニノイさんの服はとても悲しいけれども事実。 歴史の生き証人になれます。Watched on television news opens up ago your eyes. Ninoy's bloodstained clothes were very sad but true. Become a witness of history.show original
The museum is very informative and historical, it houses some of the personal stuffs of the Aquino family, especially the clothes that Mr. Ninoy wore when he died in an airport. It is a must-visit pla... read more »
A good look at some of the difficult times of Aquino prior to his assassination. A mock-up of his jail cell and other memorabilia. Perhaps best to serve school aged children, but parking is limited.
Kelvin James Victoria
Ninoy Aquino a Filipino hero is featured there, nice to visit you'll leave some history
Perfect for events up to 300 pax. Ample parking space.
Came here to attend my aunt's birthday party a couple of months ago and found the facility to be clean and spacious.
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