Bgy. Arkong Bato
It served as a boundary marker between Valenzuela, then part of the province of Bulacan, and Malabon, then part of the province of Rizal. It is situated across M.H. del Pilar St., the only road link between Manila & the North Expressway. Built in 1910, the arch is a land mark that has witnessed the gradual transformation of the city.
Don Pedro Village, Bgy. Marulas
Built by the Japanese Government to serve as burial place for the remains of Japanese soldiers who were killed in the area during the Second World War. It has since become a silent testament to the folly of war and the need to foster closer friendship among peoples, particularly between Filipinos and the Japanese.
San Diego de Alcala Church
The San Diego de Alcala Parish at Barangay Poblacion, the center of the old town of Polo, was the first Parish on the City. The ruins of the church, while not as old as the parish, is a reminder of the 376 year-history of the town, now the City of Valenzuela.
Residence of Dr. Pio Valenzuela
Bgy. Pariancillo Villa
The home serves as a silent witness to the life and times of the most prominent son of the City of Valenzuela, a hero of our struggle for freedom.
Pag-asa Subd. I Bgy. Marulas
Built to serve as a historical and cultural site, as well as a place for cultural and historical exhibits and performances. It also serves as a starting point for tourism and pilgrimage visitation to the City of Valenzuela.
Church of San Roque
Seat of the San Roque Festival which dates back to the 17th century. Street dancing is held every 12th day of May.
National Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima
Pag-asa Subd. I, Bgy. Marulas
Situated beside the Museo Valenzuela along Fatima Ave., the shrine is the center of devotion to the Virgin of Fatima and the Fatima Apostolate in the country. It has been declared by the Department of Tourism, the Diocese of Malolos and the Association of Shrine Rectors and Organizers in the Philippines as a tourist and pilgrimage destination.