The Quezon Memorial Shrine Museum is located inside the circle at the heart of the Quezon City. This is were memorabilia, photos, and Quezon's tomb is placed.
|Quezon's law diploma from University of the Philippines|
|Quezon's diploma in University of Santo Tomas|
As a family man Manuel Quezon married his cousin Aurora Aragon en route to the US as he headed the first independence mission when the shinyu maru docked in Hong Kong on December 14, 1918. They proceeded to the American Consulate where the nuptials where held. Three days later a simple church wedding was solemnized. They were blessed with four children Maria Aurora, Zenaida, Luisa Corazon Paz (died on infancy) and Manuel Jr. Despite his busy schedule he always took time to associate daily with his member of his family. His devotion and respect for Mrs. Quezon could be compared only to his devotion and loyalty to his people. Even in the midst of an absorbing discussion, he would promptly ask to be excused when notified that his wife would like to see him or was on the telephone line.
|rare photograph of Quezon and his bride, Aurora Aragon at Hong Kong, December 14, 1918|
|Dona Aurora Aragon Quezon|
|Quezon with his first child Maria Aurora|
|Maria Aurora - the first child of Quezon better known as Baby|
|Zenaida -- the second daughter nicknamed Nini|
|Picture of Nini made of Nacar shell|
|Chinese bronze jar with arabesque designs and images of Buddhist gods from Chinese Consul Gen. Kwangsen Young and Alfonso Sy-Cip|
|commemorative plate used by the Quezon Family|
|Commemorative Commonwealth Coins|
|a set of the 1978 50-peso and 25-peso silver coins issued by the Central Bank of the Philippines to commemorate the 100th birth anniversary of Pres. Manuel L. Quezon .. Coins made at Franklin Mint in Exton Pennsylvania, USA|
|Matrimonial Bed of the First Couple (wooden bed frame with rattan strips)|
|Trunk-luggage used by the first family in their travels abroad|
|Original Hospital Bed used by President Quezon at Malinta Tunnel, Corregidor|
|Dona Aurora Aragon Quezon was also buried in the mausoleum with her husband.|
Days: Tuesday to Sunday
Time: 8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.