The house covers 500 square meters and features two large public rooms – the living room (sala), and the dining hall (comedor). Side rooms are also available for smaller gatherings.
It is close to eateries, and the vibrant commerce of Quiapo and hosts a well-known sculpture shop on ground floor.
- Rooms can be rented for seminars and workshops.
- Pilgrimages on foot (lakaran) around the district followed by reflection.
- A small Filipiniana library.
|The dining hall (comedor)|
|A panoramic view of the living room (sala)|
The Kataastaasang Kagalanggalangang Katipunan (Highest and Most Noble Fellowship) led the Revolution against Spain in 1896, the first revolution in Asia that fought for democracy.
Dambana ni Oriang
Three paintings that narrate Gregoria de Jesus’ life with Andres Bonifacio (during the Revolution) and with Julio Nakpil thereafter.
Bulwagan ng Katipunan
- Paintings of Katipunero soldiers by the Comtempo Group.
- Vitrines showcasing the teachings of the Katipunan (Kartilya ng Katipunan).
- Oculi symbolizing:
- Women in the Katipunan and
- Music in the Revolution
- Three chairs where Bonifacio, Mabini and Rizal sat when the Liga Filipina was founded in 1892.
- Two cabinets with shelf exhibits on the Katipunan story.
- Timeline cabinet: The Philippine Revolution vis-a-vis the democratic revolutions in the West and Asia