A progressive city is always backed up by a rich cultural background. If you are to do a research about the history, arts, and culture of Tanauan City, lucky you because the city’s museum will give you all that. Or probably more.
Tanauan City Museum is actually the old municipal hall. It was turned into a museum on January 14, 2004 under the administration of Mayor Alfredo Corona. The museum’s most interesting feature is the diorama of the entire city. Tanauan officially became a city on March 10, 2001.
Inside the museum are memorabilia of Tanaueños who played important part in history and culture of the city. From ancient artifacts to kitchenware, to old documents and photos, the museum will let you travel back in time.
Educational field trips are conducted here from time to time as students in and around Batangas familiarize themselves with loads of interesting facts depicted in all the items confined in such a fine edifice.
This museum is among the most interesting places to visit in Tanauan City. So in case you’re driving down here, don’t forget your camera and the old reliable pen and paper duo for a day of reliving the past of the Premiere City of CALABARZON, Tanauan City.