Mural and Sculptured Walls

Dubbed as the Art Capital of the Philippines, is an array of mural and sculptured walls depicting the famous paintings of National Artist Carlos “Botong” Francisco and among others. The murals were carved by Angono’s fine and distinct artists such as Charlie Anorico and Gerry Batang.

Tourists will be able to see the works of Carlos “Botong” Francisco in these street murals such as Blood Compact, First Mass at Limasawa, The Martyrdom of Rizal, Bayanihan, Magpupukot, Fiesta, and Bayanihan sa Bukid. Located along Doña Aurora Street, Barangay Poblacion Itaas.

The mural shows scenes of rural life. The walls are clear expressions of the creativity and love for the arts of the town’s people. Located along Doña Aurora Street, Barangay Poblacion Itaas.

Angono Lakeside Eco Park

Popular among local bathers and promenades alike; the lakeside park, along with the forest park, is part of municipal government’s plan to provide affordable and yet beautiful places of relaxation for residents and visitors.

It has a wide area where you can enjoy the picnic, biking, boat riding, zip lining and even jogging. A perfect place for sun set view and appreciate the spectacular Manila skyscraper that lights during the dusk. Also, the food that locals sell were affordable.

Tourists will surely be delighted with the experience of activities at Angono Lakeside Park. The lakeside park is located at A. Ibañez St., Bgy. San Vicente, Angono, Rizal.

Municipal Park Plaza

The much improved municipal park offers residents and guests a place for strolling and relaxation. One can also find the place informative because portions of the park have murals/sculptures that tell stories about the name “Angono”. The other side of the park serves as playground for children. Within the area is Angono Gymnasium that provides residents a place for promenading, cultural programs and to play ball games such as slot machine games which you can play online.


ANGONO PETROGLYPHS, a precursor to Angono’s Artistry. Discovered in 1965 by National Artist Carlos “Botong” V. Francisco, this cultural heritage site dates back to circa 3000 BC and is the most ancient prehistoric work of art found in the Philippines. The site is famous for its rock engravings (127 drawings of human and animal figures). Archeological finds also yielded fragments of earthware, obsidian flakes and shells.


The Angono Petroglyphs site has been included in the World Inventory of Rock Art under the auspices of UNESCO, ICCROM and ICOMOS. It has been declared as a National Cultural Treasure by virtue of Presidential Decree 260. in 1996, it received its greatest recognition when it was nominated as one of the 100 “Most Endangered Sites of the World” under the World Monument Watch List.


The preservation and development of the Petroglyphs is a joint effort of the National Museum of the Philippines, World Monument Watch Fund, American Express International, the Department of Tourism and Antipolo Properties. Tourists must be ready for the breathtaking ambiance as they go inside the cave and reach the rock wall carvings and museum.


Tourists will surely find it relaxing and unwind by the beauty of the nature and art. The site is located at the boundary of Angono and Binangonan.