Barasoain Church can be found roughly an hour's drive from both Metro Manila and Clark International Airport in Pampanga. It enjoys a convenient location near the Tabang Exit of the North Luzon Expressway and MacArthur Highway.

For individuals who opt for public transportation, buses provided by Victory Liner and First North Luzon Transit offer rides to Malolos Crossing Junction, departing from either Caloocan or SM North. Upon reaching this junction, travelers can effortlessly navigate their way to Barasoain Church by following well-marked directional signs. Additionally, there are point-to-point bus services available from TriNoMa and SM North to Robinsons Malolos for those seeking an alternative and faster commuting option. In the future, Malolos will be even more accessible to Manila with the North-South Commuter Railway that is currently under construction.


A generous parking facility is available at the church to accommodate both tourists and pilgrims. Kindly settle the parking fee upon entry, with rates varying based on the size of the vehicle.


Within the parish premises, there is a branch office of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP), serving as a valuable resource for tourists and dedicated to preserving the church's historical legacy. This office offers an engaging seven-minute light-and-sound presentation, complete with life-sized dioramas featuring key figures from the Malolos Congress. These presentations are available daily at 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM. Moreover, the NHCP branch boasts an e-learning facility, comprehensive research resources, and an audio-visual room to enhance the historical experience.

The Museo ng Republika ng 1899, created by the NHCP, represents a modernized approach to museum exhibits with a compelling theme focused on "Independence and Constitutional Republic." It welcomes visitors from Tuesdays to Sundays, operating from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

Barasoain Church holds the distinction of being designated as a national landmark, a status conferred upon it on 1 August 1973, through Presidential Decree No. 260 signed by President Ferdinand E. Marcos. This decree entrusted the preservation, restoration, and potential reconstruction of the church to the National Historical Commission Institute in collaboration with the Department of Tourism, underscoring the government's commitment to safeguarding this historical treasure.



Shrine Curator, Barasoain Church Historical Landmark (BCHL)

Paseo del Congreso, San Gabriel, Malolos City, Bulacan

Tuesday to Sunday, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Telephone numbers: +63 44 662-5725 / +63 44 794-1674

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