The 2-storey Museo Ning Angeles, also called the Angeles City Museum, is located adjacent to the Holy Rosary Cathedral. Showcasing the Kapampangan lifestyle and culture, this city museum was established in 1999 through the Kuliat Foundation and is housed in the former City Hall built in 1922. On display are interesting handiwork of Angeles City artists and rare photographs relating to the Philippine-American War and the history of the city.
|Museo Ning Angeles|
The museum also has a charming diorama exhibit of Ninay Dolls (created by Patis Tesoro, an Angeleña) showing various episodes of Kapampangan lifestyle (weddings, fiestas, woodcarving, etc.). One of the museum’s permanent exhibits is the Angeles City Hall of Fame, honoring Angeleños who have excelled in serving the city and have made significant contributions through their different fields of endeavor. There’s also a display on the evolution of Philippine revolutionary uniforms (1806-1906)It also has a museum shop selling locally-made products.
|Evolution of Philippine revolutionary costumes|
A special exhibit, the Culinary Arts of the Philippines, at the second floor, was inaugurated in October 2007. It showcases different Filipino cuisines from various regions in the country. Also on display are a collection of native kitchen tools used in ancient times. Its library has a collection of books about Philippine recipes.