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Thinking of ways to explore more of what Naga has to offer in local tourism? Let’s fill in the gaps in your itinerary. Make your trip more interesting and memorable. Learn more about the rich history and culture of Naga. Let’s go down memory lane by visiting some of the historical museums in the city while staying at The Litton Hotel.    

1. Museo ni Jesse Robredo

Location: Naga Civic Center, Taal St. Naga City, Camarines Sur
Distance from Litton: 550m
Operating Hours: Tuesday- Sunday 9:00AM-4:00PM

Museo ni Jesse Robredo was built by the City Government of Naga and the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) as a tribute to honor the former Naga City Mayor and DILG Secretary Jesse Robredo. It is the first governance museum built in Bicol and Naga City showcasing his roots, his inspiring story, his milestones, his achievements as a public servant, and the plane crash tragedy in the seas of Masbate that ended his life. 

With Jesse Robredo becoming an inspiration and brand of good governance and leadership, the museum had also given Naga another tourist attraction that strongly showcases why Naga City is known as the “Center of Good Governance” aside from being dubbed as “An Maogmang Lugar” and “ A Pilgrim City”. 

The museum is interactive and also includes some of his memorabilia. There is no admission fee since it is managed and maintained by the local government. 

Photo credit: facebook.com/MuseoNiJesseRobredo

2. Our Lady of Penafrancia Museum

Location: Penafrancia Avenue, Naga City, Camarines Sur
Distance from Litton:
Operating Hours: Tuesday-Saturday (9:00am-5:00pm). 

Our Lady of Penafrancia Museum has been here for a long time. In fact, it was said that the museum edifice was completed way back in 1993. The Penafrancia Pilgrimage Foundation has collaborated with the Penafrancia Association and established a joint management board to supervise the museum’s affairs. Several donors and contributing artists were able to make this possible. 

The Our Lady of Penafrancia Museum exhibits Ina’s mantos, crowns, aureola, and dioramas telling the story of the strong Marian devotion to Our Lady of Penafrancia. 

Photo credit: facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=441795437977610&set=pb.100064414736811.-2207520000..&type=3

3. Museo del Seminario Concillar de Nueva Caceres

Location: Holy Rosary Minor Seminary, Naga City, Camarines Sur

Distance from Litton: 1.5km

The Museo del Seminario Concillar de Nueva Caceres is located inside the Holy Rosary Minor Seminar. It is an ecclesiastical museum housing the images, paintings, relics, old bibles, and artifacts of the Archdiocese of Nueva Caceres. There is also another room housing the artifacts from the precolonial era in Bicol. 

Photo credit: facebook.com/Museo-del-Seminario-Conciliar-de-Nueva-Caceres

4. Museo Histórico de la Universidad de Sta. Isabel 

Location: Universidad de Sta. Isabel, Elias Angeles, cor Santonja St., Naga City, Camarines Sur

Distance from Litton: 1.3km

The Museo Historico de la Universidad de Sta. Isabel is located inside Universidad de Sta. Isabel (USI). USI is the first Normal University for girls in the Philippines and Far East. The USI Museum is a historical museum exhibiting the stories about the beginnings of the USI, the spread of Catholicism in Nueva Caceres, and the times of war until the present. 

Photo credit: facebook.com/NagaCityGovernment


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