Aside from being a lifestyle museum dedicated to the preservation of certain aspects and material culture of the 19th century Philippine ilustrado lifestyle, the Museo de La Salle also serves as a venue for professional consultation, exhibitions, guided tours, lectures, film viewings, musical and dance performances.
Among the venues that Museo de La Salle offers are Zaguan, which can be used as a venue for book launches, lectures, poetry-readings, and live performances. There is also the Jardin which showcases turn-of-the-century plants such as gumamela, champaca, , campanilla, sampaguita, dama de noche, and ylang-ylang. It can be a venue for intimate outdoor gatherings. Lastly, the Museo De La Salle’s Pavilion is perfect for small lunches and meetings, art classes, and lectures.
The Museo also accommodates special group tours and field trips for schools and other interested organizations. To book a reservation, send an email to