Tuesday to Sunday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
The Malvar Historical Landmark honors the intrepid soldier, Gen. Miguel Malvar, who was the last Philippine general to surrender to the Americans at the close of the Filipino-American War. A 60-foot pylon towering above a bronze monument of the General dominates the site. Inside the Malvar Museum are a diorama and oil paintings depicting his battles. There is also a portrait done by Fernando Amorsolo, Jr. It is a copy of a similar work executed by his illustrious father. Of special interest are original newspaper clippings about Malvar, including obituaries written at the time of his death on October 13, 1911. He was buried in Santo Tomas with full military honors.