A precursor to Angono’s Artistry, this cultural heritage dates back to circa 3000 BCE and is the most ancient Filipino, or more aptly, prehistoric Filipino work of art. The Existence of the rock engravings was reported to the National Museum by the late National Artist for Visual Arts, Carlos “Botong” Francisco.

In 1973, by virtue of Presidential Decree No. 260, it was discovered as a national cultural treasure by the Philippine Government.

During that time, the archeological team of the National Museum has aimed to develop and preserve the area. 127 human figures were recorded. The site is also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Philippines.

Contact 0921-388-9220