Bamban Museum of History in Tarlac

The Bamban Museum of History is a small but fascinating museum located in the Tarlac city of Tarlac, Philippines. It is housed in the Bamban Municipal Hall, which was built during the American colonial period in the early 1900s.

What to see at the museum

The museum showcases the rich history and culture of the Bamban municipality and the surrounding region. Visitors can expect to see exhibits on:

  • The indigenous Aeta people
  • The Spanish colonial period
  • The American colonial period
  • The Japanese occupation during World War II
  • The post-war period and modern times

The museum also has a collection of artifacts, photographs, and documents that give visitors a glimpse into the daily life, traditions, and customs of the people of Bamban.

How to get there

The Bamban Museum of History is located in the Bamban Municipal Hall, which is situated in the center of Bamban town. Bamban is approximately 100 kilometers north of Manila, and can be reached by car or bus via the North Luzon Expressway and the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway.


Approximate latitude and longitude: 15.7916° N, 120.5681° E