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Bamboo Organ Museum showcases Las Pinas musical treasures 

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The Philippines is a country rich in culture and history, and one of its treasures that has gained worldwide recognition is the Bamboo Organ. Located in the Diocesan Shrine and Parish of St. Joseph in Las Piñas Bayan, barangay Daniel Fajardo, the Bamboo Organ was declared a National Cultural Treasure of the Philippines in 2003.

Visitors to the Bamboo Organ can witness the beauty of this musical instrument made entirely of bamboo. With its unique sound and intricate design, the Bamboo Organ has become a symbol of Philippine culture and heritage. But more than just a tourist attraction, the Bamboo Organ is also an important part of the country's musical history.

For those who want to know more about this remarkable instrument, the Bamboo Organ Museum is the perfect place to visit. Here, visitors can learn about the history and significance of the Bamboo Organ, and even get up close to the organ itself. Inside the museum, you'll have the opportunity to see the city's wealth of cultural heritage. The museum also showcases various artifacts that highlight the musical history of Las Piñas.


Entrance to the Bamboo Organ Museum is affordable, with a fee of Php 100 for residents and Php 200 for non-residents. The experience of seeing and learning about the Bamboo Organ and its history is definitely worth the cost.

If you're looking for a unique and enriching cultural experience in the Philippines, a visit to the Bamboo Organ and its museum is highly recommended. Immerse yourself in the country's musical history and marvel at the ingenuity of the Filipinos who crafted this remarkable instrument out of bamboo.

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