3. Imus Cathedral
Imus Cathedral is one of the historical churches in the Philippines. The ceiling, structure and precious relics are proof of its historic significance. Cathedral of Our Lady of Pillar popularly called as Imus Cathedral is a perfect spot in Cavite especially when it is October 12. The reason is that Our Lady of the Pillar and Saint John the Baptist are the patron saints in Imus City which they celebrate their fiesta every October 12.
- Know more about Imus Cathedral in Cavite Official Website
4. Museo de la Salle
Museo de la Salle holds most of the historical artifacts of Cavite. It is located inside De La Salle University in Dasmareñas, Cavite. The museum was inspired by Bahay na Bato, a two-story building with a stone, mortar, brick and wooden structure. If you have read the famous Noli Me Tangere of Dr. Jose P. Rizal, the place is like the house of Kapitan Tiago. Inside the museum are animal preserves, manikin’s wearing Filipiñana baro at saya, Saint wooden amulets, handcraft vessels, vintage player, ceiling paintings and more. You will experience how a high rank person lived in the past.