Museo ng Sapatos
Marikina
PHP20.00 = MARIKINA RESIDENTS
PHP50.00 = NON- RESIDENTS
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REMARKS: Picture and video takinginside the museum is not allowed The museum is open from Mondays through Saturdays from 9am till 5pm except holidays Rate is subject to change without prior notice
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Marikina City is popularly known as the shoe Capital of the Philippines, houses the shoe museum. Marikina celebrates its Sapatos Festival every year, where giant shoes in float is parading along the streets of Marikina City. The museum holds shoes of several famous people including a pair of shoes from each president of the Philippines in chronological order. Other shoes note worthing are those of celebrities, ambassadors, political figures and even traditional shoes from several countries. On the 2nd floor, you'll read history about shoe making including life-size mannequins depicting the art of shoemaking. You'll also find some unusual shoe sizes like one being 3 feet long. Marikina City is popularly known as the shoe Capital of the Philippines, houses the shoe museum. Marikina celebrates its Sapatos Festival every year, where giant shoes in float is parading along the streets of Marikina City. The museum holds shoes of several famous people including a pair of shoes from each president of the Philippines in chronological order. Other shoes note worthing are those of celebrities, ambassadors, political figures and even traditional shoes from several countries. On the 2nd floor, you'll read history about shoe making including life-size mannequins depicting the art of shoemaking. You'll also find some unusual shoe sizes like one being 3 feet long.