Light and Sound Museum

The Intramuros and Rizal’s Bagumbayan Light and Sound Museum is one of the main attractions in Intramuros showcasing the history of the Philippines and the Filipino’s journey to freedom.

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With more than a hundred mannequins depicting pre-Spanish colonization until Rizal’s legacy in becoming a national hero occupying two levels of the building, the 3D representations of the Spanish rule is very realistic, and with Intramuros as the main venue, the connection becomes vicarious and the visualization of what occurred during that period of our history is easier.

It is a one of a kind museum with those lights, sound effects and incredible timing of every mechanics running the exhibits inside. It was an hour walk thru of our history in a dark room with sculptures, paintings, representations, and models that surprises us every time a spot light was drawn to them. You can join a group if you are alone or a group with less than 10 people to avail the 150/head museum fee, as they charge Php 1500 per show.

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Lapu-Lapu
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Spain’s introduction of Christianity in the Philippines
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Social classes
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Parisian Life
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The execution of the three martyr priests – Fr. Gomez, Fr. Burgos and Fr. Zamora
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Characters in Jose Rizal’s novel, Noli Me Tangere
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Jose Rizal in prison
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A Spanish guard refuses to let Jose Rizal’s mother, Teodora Alonzo to speak with him
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The long walk to Bagumbayan before Jose Rizal’s execution

 

Intramuros and Rizal’s Bagumbayan Light and Sound Museum
Santa Lucia cor. Victoria, Intramuros
(632) 524-2827 / 551-3945
Museum Hours: Tuesdays-Sundays, 10am to 6pm

Admission Fees:

Php150 Per person per group of 10 or more
Php1500 Per show basis

Reservations required for groups of less than 10.

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