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Ang Panubli-on Roxas City Museum

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Hughes Street, Roxas City, Capiz Province, Philippines
+63 33 621 2070
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History of Roxas City

The car used by Pres Roxas during his inauguration was there. The family tree and the good deeds of... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Elvie C
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Dasmarinas City, Philippines
via mobile
The Roxas Family Museum

2nd stop of our city tour. This museum is dedicated to president manuel roxas. You can see here the... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
albert c
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Makati
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  • Excellent21%
  • Very good34%
  • Average41%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible0%
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“water tank” (7 reviews)
“arts” (2 reviews)
“culture” (2 reviews)
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Hughes Street, Roxas City, Capiz Province, Philippines
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+63 33 621 2070
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The car used by Pres Roxas during his inauguration was there. The family tree and the good deeds of the Roxas family especially the late Dinggoy.

Thank Elvie C
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

2nd stop of our city tour. This museum is dedicated to president manuel roxas. You can see here the roxas family tree and some of his belongings, including his presidential car, a cadillac

Thank albert c
Reviewed June 30, 2017

This Museum is an old water tank according to our tour guide accredited by the provincial tourism board. I was so amazed. It is a must see attraction in Roxas City, Capiz

Thank travelonashoestring
Reviewed March 15, 2017

There is something worthwhile seeing and reading in this simple museum, if you know what you are looking for. If on the other hand, a visitor dropping by is only looking for something to get for nothing, then he/she went to the wrong place.

Thank Cicero B
Reviewed March 7, 2017

There's nothing much to see inside the museum other than anything that tells about the Acuna and Roxases family. Seems like it is owned by one family.

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Reviewed September 15, 2016

They have a few artifacts of the Roxas family (Philippine President Manuel Roxas) but nothing much really. Other house museums has more to show.

Thank Kriszy T
Reviewed September 5, 2016 via mobile

We took the tricycle going there. For visitors like us the regular rate per adult is 8pesos kids are free. The tricycle can transport as much as 8persons. The museum is just beside the city hall and walking distance to the old Spanish bridge. Entrance...More

Thank whatgoes a
Reviewed April 27, 2016 via mobile

This museum is an old water tank. As such the structure itself is full of history. Every few months they change their theme inside to promote everyone to visit, learn and appreciate culture and arts!

Thank Espacio V
Reviewed March 18, 2016

It is a quaint museum. They showcased clothes, old articles and even weapons. I just wished they showcased more of the city's history. Lovely museum and you would get to appreciate their history. Just so you know, they are closed on Sundays and they have...More

Thank jojowtan
Reviewed March 16, 2016

Wow! Another place not to be on your list. This is where you will know about Capiz, it's history and culture. You will be surprise on what you will see in the place! Please do visit this!

Thank tereivoi
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