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Even though I am a foreigner, I very much enjoyed my visit to this significant and important museum dedicated to Rizal, somewhat the equivalent of George Washington to Americans. The museum is well laid out with many informative exhibits and providing much original and personal...More
The entrance to the museum is already included when you enter Fort Santiago.
We love visitng Rizal Shrine for it is a first hand experience in seeing what our national hero do as a painter,as a sculptor,as a son,as a doctor and as a husband...More
Thoughtful and insightful museum about Jose Rizal within Fort Santiago. Entry to the shrine is free once you have paid to get in Fort Santiagio. Like others, as a foreigner I knew nothing about Rizal, and his shrine does a wonderful job of explaining his...More
We were told that we could only visit the ground floor as there was an ongoing program at the 2nd floor. I inquired further but the security did not divulge.
If it is a film showing connected to the life & death of Jose Rizal...More
The Rizal Museum is located on the actual site where national hero Jose Rizal was detained in Fort Santiago while awaiting trial on charges of rebellion, sedition, and conspiracy. Death by firing squad on December 30, 1986 was his fate. The museum is home to...More
been reading Jose Rizal’s life story years ago and I was really happy having opportunity to visit his shrine (museum). the compound is also a good place to walk around away from the traffic of manila city. this area is really educative.
I’m not sure...More
I have been to the Shrine several times, indeed visiting it every time I go to Manila. The amount of material there about Dr Rizal is very informative and there are many artifacts made by his hands. He was a man of many talents.