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Quezon City Cultural Tourist Attractions
1. Museo ng Buhay Pilipino
Location: Central Bank Mint Building, East Avenue, Q.c. (across the Philippine Heart Center).
Description: This "Bahay Museo" depicts the traditional heritage of lowland, Christian Filipinos through the aesthetic selection of domestic creations by Filipino artisans through the ages, elegantly showcased in a wood and capiz residence. It houses old furniture and furnishings, farm tools and implements, costumes and carriages of yester years.
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How to get there?: From Taft Avenue or T.M. Kalaw Street, hail a PUJ bound for "Fairview". Get off at the Quezon City Hall. Then hail another PUJ going to East Avenue and get off at the Central Bank Building.
Travel Time: Approximately 1 hour.
2. Iglesia Ni Kristo Museum and Gallery
Location: INK Central Office, Commonwealth Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City
Description: the Iglesia ni Kristo Museum and Gallery exhibits posters and dioramas depicting the Iglesia's beginnings, culture, rituals and practices. Those intending to become ministers in the future have to spend years training in the school located at the Central Office grounds.
How to get there?: From Taft Avenue or T.M. Kalaw Streets, hail a PUJ bound for "Fairview". Get off in front of the church.
Travel Time: Approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes.
3. Goethe Institute Art Gallery - German Cultural Center
Location: 687 Aurora Boulevard, Quezon City
Description: The art gallery showcases changing exhibits of early and mid-19th century Philippine paintings, art photographs and sculptures.
How to get there?: Take a Cubao-bound PUJ at Taft Avenue or T,M, Kalaw Street and get off at Aurora Blvd. Hail a Sta. Mesa Stop and Shop - bound PUJ and get off in front of the institute.
Travel Time: Approximately one hour.
4. La Loma Cockpit
Location: La Loma, Blumentritt
Description: The cockpit is one of the biggest and possibly one of the oldest in the country. Founded in 1903 by Don Tomas Guison, the establishment is being supervised by the Guison heirs. It has been the site of cockfighting during the Sundays and holidays. Tourists and local visitors complete the sojourn in the Philippines when they witness one of the typical native sports, locally known as "sabong".
How to get there?: From T.M. Kalaw St., cross the street to Taft Avenue and hail a PUJ with the signboard "Blumentritt and Dimasalang". Get off at the 7-Eleven store in Blumentritt and hail another PUJ going to La Loma.
Travel Time: Approximately 30 minutes.
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