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Going to the Petroglyphs, we need to pass a man made tunnel. Entrance fee is P20 for adult and P10 for kids. We walked a few minutes before reaching the site. We were then introduced by their staff on how Petroglyphs was discovered.
The Angono-Binangonan Petroglyphs was an interesting site to visit. Having background in arts and design, I appreciated its historical and cultural significance. However, the road leading to the main entrance needs improvement. Utmost importance to have well maintained restrooms. Lastly, I think, more infographics on...More
Entrance Fee: None
Open Hours: Tuesdays to Fridays, 8am - 5pm
How to get there (commute): Jeep to Angono (from Cubao or Antipolo) then Trike for P200 one way
It's above the mountains so that's why it would cost P200 for a trike to take...More
Entering thru the naturally lighted manmade tunnel was uneventful. Just be mindful of your steps. The guard is courteous, no fees to be paid here. We were instructed to go to the small office which is manned by, at this time, Ms. Esperanza Jacob, who...More
If you're going to pinto art gallery, might as well drop by the angono petroglyphs. Its free. 20minute stop is enough. If they can put more information about the history of the place in the lobby, it could be more interesting for tourists
The Angono- Binangonan Petroglyphs is the oldest work of Art in the Philippines. with over 127 stone carvings it is truly amazing. People should be made aware more of the importance of these artifacts and the youths must be exposed to this for them to...More
A man made cave serves as the gateway to Angono-Binangonan Petroglyphs. The cave is dark, cold and a bit mysterious. The cave is followed by a five minute trekking. Luscious trees and bushes line up at the side of the pathway leading to the National...More
This place is off road and a bit small, but it's still worth the drive. It's a shame the place wasnt named as a heritage site right away so there were plenty of vandals already. But there's something really special in seeing the carvings made...More
So since I have gone to National Museum in Manila a lot of times, I thought it might be time to visit one of its regional branches, that's actually near to where I live -- the Angono-Binangonan Petroglyphs Site. It was a bit of an...More
I've been there last March 30, 2017 and it's open to the public, and there's no other visitors other than us. But I forgot to ask the guard/staff if it is open during weekends. Just to be sure, better go there during... More
I've been there last March 30, 2017 and it's open to the public, and there's no other visitors other than us. But I forgot to ask the guard/staff if it is open during weekends. Just to be sure, better go there during weekdays.