Aguinaldo Shrine

Aguinaldo Shrine is the ancestral home of our first Philippine President, General Emilio Aguinaldo.  It was first built in 1845 in Kawit, Cavite. It is the site of the historic Proclamation of Philippine Independence on June 12, 1898. It was declared the national shrine in June 1964 after the death of General Emilio Aguinaldo.

The shrine is currently a museum and it's open for public.

On the ground floor it has a secret passage and hiding places for documents and weapons, exhibits of flags, photos during the revolutionary era, and other scriptures.

The house was more likely a Spanish style where in second floor Aguinaldo's bedroom is located.  And the grand hall, dining room, kitchen, a conference room and azotea is decorated with an antique furniture and theme of nationalism.

Outside the house is the garden where in Aguinaldo’s tomb is located and you may also see the Aguinaldo Statue at the park.

How to go to Aguinaldo Shrine?

For Commuters:

From Baclaran take bus going to Cavite City. Saulog Transit Inc. and Saint Anthony Bus Line are the well-known bus company who travel there.  Tell the conductor to drop you by on Aguinaldo’s House.

For Privately Own Transportation:

From Baclaran you go straight Coastal Road going to Cavite Area. Go left Aguinaldo Hi-way and you will pass by SM Bacoor and turn right until you reach the bridge. Turn right on the first street corner aftr the bridge until you reach the intersection. Turn right again going to Kawit, Cavite then turn right again until you see the Aguinaldo Shrine. Here’s a map from ExploreMyPhilippines.

Suggested Sidetrip: Hidden Tapsihan in Kawit, Cavite

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