Municipal Park and Plaza
The much-improved municipal park offers the residents and guests of Angono a place for strolling and relaxation. One can find the place informative for a portion of the park has murals/sculptures on four (4) stories behind the history of the name “Angono.” The other side of the park serves as a playground for children. Within the area is the Amang Rodriguez Gymnasium that Provides the residents a place for promenading, cultural programs and playing ballgames.
Address: M.L. Quezon Ave., Brgy. San Isidro, Angono, Rizal
Angono Forest Park
A 1.5-hectare of land nestled near the foot of Nieves Hills Lakeview Subdivision just a few blocks away from Loyola Retreat House is the Angono Forest Park. Profused with high rising trees and shrubs, the place is a perfect setting for camping and outdoor environmental recreational activities.
Address: Carnation St., Nieves Hills Lakeview Subd., Brgy. San Isidro, Angono, Rizal
Murals / Sculptured Walls at Brgy. Poblacion Itaas
Seen along Dona Aurora St. of Brgy. Poblacion Itaas is an array of mural/sculptured walls depicting the famous paintings of National Artist Carlos “Botong” V. Francisco, with its bust together with that of Prof. Lucio D. San Pedro, another National Artist, built at the entrance of the street. Most of the murals are pictures of rural life. The walls show the creativity and love for the arts of the townspeople.
Bonsai and Suiseki Garden
A vast collection of suiseki (stone view) carefully sculptured through rubbing of bare hands, and different kinds of bonsai plants will be viewed on this one-of-a-kind garden owned by Mr. Rodolfo Reyes. Lectures on bonsai making is also available.
Contact: Dr. Rodolfo Reyes
Tel. No.: (632) 451-0075