Clark Museum

The newly-renovated Clark Museum features an expanded collection of artifacts, true-to-life replicas, scenic dioramas, old photographs, murals and interactive displays among others significant to the history of Clark, Pampanga and surrounding areas, generally called Metro Clark.

The Museum tells of the Filipino spirit of bravery, industry and ingenuity of a nation's sovereign will running through a narrative across 4 galleries. It briefly tells a story, a bigger world from which Clark grew and speaks of social and economic advances, and continuing progress.

Schedule of Fees

Clark Museum / 4D Theater

  • Organized Group Tour/Field trips 21pax and up with reservation : P160.00
  • Adult Male & Female : P200
  • Visiting Groups/individuals endorsed for FOC entry by CDC Management : Free
  • Student (with student ID) :Free
  • Senior Citizens / PWD : Free
  • CDC / CDC-SPRO Employees and Immediate Family : Free
  • Employees of CFZ-Registered Locator : Free

    For Inquiry Please Call (045) 599-2854

  • Gallery 1 Between Arayat and Pinatubo A Geo Hub for the Filipino Spirit

    Present geological and geographical context of Clark, its favorable geophysical environment and strategic location for the development of a hub or gateway that connects to a bigger and wider world in commerce, communication and culture.

    Gallery 2 People's Industry and Ingenuity, Filipino Spirit in Craft and Ritual

    Present Pampanga Central Luzon towns in the vicinity of Clark, Arayat and Pinatubo as network for industry and trade, reflected in traditions that evolved from a natural environment, which provided possibilities of creation and innovation.


    Gallery 3 Interregnum: Clark Air Field, The Filipino Spirit rechanneled

    Presents Clark Air Field as a US Military facility from 1900s within the context of colonial situation and later Philippine government security framework; but treatment takes into account not only military and geopolitical dimension but equally the socio economic dimension of the facility and environs.

    Gallery 4 Clark Freeport: Celebrating,The Filipino Spirit Renewed and Rising

    Presents Clark Freeport in great transformation showing Filipino spirit of bravery, industry and ingenuity rising and visioning toward the future; indicates great strides of Clark highlighting its forward thrusts, its varied dimensions for development, its best companies, its Filipino leadership and management, technicians and workers, and the many communities that support and benefit from the freeport.


    The Clark Museum Souvenir Shop is where you can find "one-of-a-kind" merchandise items, not commonly found in the larger retail market. Products to be sold must have relevance to the museum theme, Calrk and surroundings provinces. It will divided into sections depending on the type of items.


    Special/Temporary Exhibit is located at the end of Gallery 2 at the Clark Museum where various Pampanga furniture pieces are currently on display. In order to make the museum more vibrant and contemporary, various exhibit and activities can be initiated in the area for a certain period.


    For a heightened museum experience, The Clark Museum now features a 48-seater state-of-the- art 4D Theater featuring a 20- minute documentary film entitled " Risen from the Ashes" which highlights Clark's rich history past forward to the present. The 4D theater offers a one-of-a-kind experience which would allow visitors to view the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo in 1991 with spectacular in-theater effects including wind, bubbles and mist to add a breathtaking fourth dimension.


  • Touching artworks and taking photos of exhibit items for commercial purposes inside galleries are strictly prohibited unless otherwise authorized by the CDC Management. The use of flash, firearms, bladed weapon, umbrella, food, bottled water are not allowed inside the galleries.
  • Videotaping is not allowed.
  • Smoking is prohibited inside the Museum and Theater premises.
  • The management will not be held liable for any accident/injury of visitors/guest while inside the Museum and Theater premises.
  • No leaning on the rails or display glasses.
  • No touching of any display items unless indicated for interactive exhibits.
  • Tour groups are encouraged to station a guide per batch of students once inside the museum to caution them for any unruly behavior.
  • Please observe silence and turn off mobile phone while inside the 4D Theater.
  • 4D eye glasses must returned after each screening.
  • For the 4D Theater, guests will use designated entry and exit points only to facilitate distribution and collection of 4D eye glasses.
  • The management reserves the right to decline entry or to expel any visitor found violating any of these rules.
  • Buses will let passengers /students at the right side of the building (fronting Rendezvous) and park at the designated bus parking space.


    The Clark Museum and 4D theater is open Tuesdays to sundays from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. It is closed on Mondays for maintenance work and during public holidays except on special arrangements.

    Proposed show schedules for the 4D theater (with capacity for 48 persons per screening):

  • Morning
  • 9:00 am - 9:20am
  • 10:40am - 11:00am
  • Afternoon
  • 1:30 pm - 1:50 pm
  • 3:10 pm - 3:30 pm