The church, before it was burned in 1997, was the death place of General Pedro Pedroche on charges of rebellion. He and his men were executed by Francisco Makabulos on orders of Gen. Antonio Luna.
Tunnel and Peace Shrine
Location: Asahiyama, Bamban, Tarlac
The Shrine serves as memorial to the Japanese and American soldiers who have fallen during the WWII. The tunnel, on the other hand, was once the headquarters of Vice Admiral Takijiro Onishi, the originator of the kamikaze (divine wind) or the suicide air attacks is now a museum filled with photos taken during the war.
Location: Barrio Pacalcal, Bamban, Tarlac
The memorial serves as indicator of one of the venues where Japanese soldiers staged the kamikaze attacks against the American troops.
War II Peace Memorial
Location: Lourdes, Bamban, Tarlac
The memorial commemorates the Bruce Guerilla, Negrito Squardron, and the 21st Division, who fought the Battle of Bamban Bridge in 1941.
Location: Barrio Tinang, Concepcion, Tarlac
This radio transmitting facility is used by the radio company, Voice of America, an international broadcasting company that has been on the air for over thirty years.
Diwa ng Tarlak
Location: Brgy. San Vicente, Tarlac City, Tarlac
This structure is a combination of convention hall, ballroom, trade exhibit hall and dining facilities which as become a favorite venue for special functions such as seminars and conferences.
Location: Brgy. San Bartolome, Mayantok, Tarlac
The tree house was built in 1973 through collaborative effort of the residents and barangay council of San Bartolome. This fruit of labor is now one of the must-see places in Mayantok.
Location: Paniqui, Tarlac and Tarlac City
The CAT Sugar Mills in Tarlac City and Paniqui Sugar Mills in Paniqui are two if the largest sugar mills in the country.
Center & Industrial Park
Location: San Miguel, Tarlac City
The Plaza is the most modern part of Tarlac. It has a shopping mall where locals and tourists shop and dine conveniently. The park is a great venue for picnics and outdoor activities. Inside the park is the Golf and Country Club.
Location: Tarlac City, Tarlac
This spring is believed to have medicinal benefits.
/ Lugay Park
Location: Sampalok – Panaisan road, Bamban, Tarlac
This park has a 100-step stairway that leads to a grotto of the Our Lady of Lourdes. At its sides are bonsai farms and mini-restaurants.
Location: Paniqui, Tarlac
This is one of the barangays of Paniqui, Tarlac. It is here where Ali Madin, former Sultan of Sulu, formally embraced the Catholic faith brought by the Spaniards. He then changed his name to Don Fernando Ali Mudin I.
Place: Tarlac City, Tarlac
Date: January 13 - 20
The festival commemorates the founding of Tarlac based on the history of its name, the weed, malatarlak. Street dancers wear grass-inspired costumes with black soot paint and dance on the streets. A beauty pageant is held during the evening where contestants wear gowns with grass line ornaments and design.
and Chicharon Festival
Place: Camiling, Tarlac
Date: Last week of October
The inuruban is green and sticky rice eaten raw, mixed with milk or turned into a kakanin. Along with chicharon, these two delicacies are the focus of the celebration in Camiling.