SAN JUAN CITY HALL

The new San Juan City Hall stands adjacent from the Pinaglabanan Shrine. The new city hall resembles old Spanish buildings. It has four floors and equipped with a helipad. Inside, the spacious lobby is adorned with paintings that depicts the Battle of San Juan del Monte.

PINAGLABANAN SHRINE

The five-hectare Pinaglabanan Shrine commemorates the martyrs of the Battle of San Juan Del Monte on August 30, 1896, where Andres Bonifacio led hundreds of Katipuneros to cut the water supply of Intramuros. They were defeated, but it sounded the start of revolution in the country.

MUSEO NG KATIPUNAN

The Museo ng Katipunan showcases and pays tribute to the significant contributions of the KKK (Kataastaasang Kagalanggalangang Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan) to the Philippine Independence.

MUSEO EL DEPOSITO

Museo El Deposito is a two-storey museum that contains a replica of a Carriedo waterworks hydrant, a detailed scale model of the aqueducts, and a visual history of the place. It also has an interactive gallery where visitors can use virtual reality headsets to watch a recreation of the Battle of San Juan Del Monte. 

EL DEPOSITO UNDERGROUND TUNNEL

The El Deposito Underground Tunnel is a 150-meter-long underground water reservoir that played an important role in Metro Manila’s water supply during the Spanish era and the country's history through to the Japanese occupation.

ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST CHURCH

Deriving its name from John the Baptist, St. John the Baptist Church stands a few meters away from the city hall and Pinaglabanan Shrine. Built in 1894, the church is a silent witness to the historical events that happened in the city.

IGLESIA NI CRISTO CHURCH

The Iglesia ni Cristo Locale of F. Manalo is an art deco chapel and former central office of the Christian sect, Iglesia ni Cristo. It was designed by national artist of architecture Juan Nakpil and was built in 1952. Formerly known as Locale of Riverside, it was patterned on theaters on which architect Nakpil worked.

SANTUARIO DEL SANTO CRISTO PARISH CHURCH

Located in Blumentritt Street in San Juan City, Santuario del Santo Cristo is one of the oldest churches in the city. It was built in 1602 – 1604 by the Dominicans but it was burnt and destroyed by the Chinese insurrection in 1639.

GREENHILLS LOOP

Considered as the “Tiangge Capital” of the Philippines,” the Greenhills Shopping Center is a shopping hub that offers affordable bazaars and thrift shops for rare-finds and novelty merchandises to shoppers.

CLUB FILIPINO

Club Filipino was the first exclusive social club in the Philippines established in 1898. Originally an elite Filipino country gentlemen’s organization, the club is known as a meeting ground for Filipino political progressives but is now popularly known as the venue for the inauguration of President Cory Aquino.