Top 4 attractions to explore in Valenzuela
The City of Valenzuela is known as the “Northern Gateway to Metropolitan Manila”.
A site to encapsulate Valenzuela’s rich history, the Valenzuela Museum is a sprawling Spanish-themed architecture that will surely thrill anyone who steps inside. Its facade is laced with woodwork and bricks that closely resembles heritage houses. The museum also holds seminars, events, and city-based activities.
This is a christ parish church which was located in the Diocese of Malolos in the Philippines. The shrine is one of the three major pilgrimage sites in the Diocese of Malolos, with the National Shrine of St. Anne in Hagonoy and the National Shrine of Divine Mercy in Marilao as the other sites.
An old parish which was located in the heart of Valenzuela which was opened in 1632. The belfry and entrance are the only parts of the four-century-old edifice that remain today. They have been preserved by the citizens of Polo. The other parts are been modified and now it is one of the famous places in this area.
Valenzuela City People's park or VCPP is a 1.3-hectare park at the heart of Valenzuela City opened in February 2015. The park features an electronically controlled dancing fountain as an entrance, 35-square meter AeroCircle for Zumba and group activities, and an amphitheater as the center of the entire park.
Map of attractions in Valenzuela