NHCP - BARASOAIN
The National Historical Commission of the Philippines has a branch office in the premises of the parish to assist tourists in their trips in the parish, as well as to maintain the historical heritage of the church.
It offers a seven minute light-and-sound presentation with life size dioramas of leading personalities of the Malolos Congress. It runs daily at 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM. It also has an e-learning facility, research facilities and an audio-visual room.
The museum is open from Tuesdays to Sundays from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
The Museo ng Republika ng 1899 (The Museum of the 1899 Republic) is the first modernized museum by the NHCP, with the theme "Independence and Constitutional Republic."
Barasoain Church was declared a national landmark on 1 August 1973, when President Ferdinand E. Marcos signed Presidential Decree No. 260. It provides that its "preservation, restoration and/or reconstruction shall be under the supervision and control of the National Historical Commission Institute in collaboration with the Department of Tourism.”
To promote the Philippine history and cultural heritage through research, dissemination, conservation, site management and heraldry works.
A Filipino society with citizens informed of their history, who love their country and proud of their cultural heritage.
Jose Ruel F. Paguiligan
Shrine Curator, Barasoain Church Historical Landmark (BCHL)
Paseo del Congreso, Malolos City, Bulacan
Tuesday to Sunday, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Telephone numbers: +63 (044) 662-5725 / +63 (044) 794-1674
The official website of National Historical Commission of the Philippines may also be visited by clicking here.