GBR Museum | Things to do
GBR Museum features a visual narrative of Philippine history with its extensive collection of more than 3,000 original photographs from the 19th and early 20th centuries. The defining piece is a photo of Dr. Jose Rizal's execution in Bagumbayan. Three of the five galleries contain landscape photos of Intramuros and other prominent pueblos in the 1800s; war photographs from the Spanish, American, and Japanese periods; and portraits of Filipino political leaders, indigenous peoples, and ordinary folks. Most of them are works of British photographer Albert Honiss and Spanish war correspondent Manuel Arias y Rodriguez. The two other galleries are about aviation history and development told through paintings and aircraft scale models. Located within the 180-hectare Gateway Business Park, the museum was named after its founder Geronimo Berenguer de los Reyes Jr., an industrialist and great grandson of a member of the 1872 Cavite Mutiny.
Address: Brgy. Javalera, General Trias, Cavite
Business hours: Mon - Sat, 10am - 3pm; Open on holidays.
Entrance fee: P100