Homestead of the Escudero family a plaque at the homestead reads: "Occupying a vast tract of land that is part of San Pablo City in Laguna and the towns of Tiaong and Dolores in Quezon, Villa Escudero was purchased in 1880 by Placido Escudero, a Spaniard, and his wife Claudia Maria-Sigan. It served as a sanctuary to the revolutionist against the Spaniards and the Americans 1897–1901.
Arsenio Escudero and his wife Rosario Adap provided refuge to Filipino and American soldiers who retreated from the south and proceeded to Bataan in 1941. For organizing a group of guerillas who fought against the Japanese in 1942, both Placido and Arsenio Escudero were arrested and an tortured by the enemy. A historical Villa of freedom During the Spanish, American and Japanese occupation."
Villa Escudero Museum
A museum is located inside an old church building. It is full of items of religious significance, the Spanish era, animals, and pre-history graves and artifacts. Upstairs, are a few cabinets related to World War II, displaying Japanese and Allied small arms, machine guns and relics. Photography is prohibited inside.
Villa Escudero Grounds
On the grounds outside the homestead and museum is a collection of wartime relics including a tank and Japanese guns and artillery. Also, cannons from the Spanish era. A number of artillery shells are used as fence posts and gate guards in the area.
89 Chi-Ro Medium Tank
120mm Howitzer Type 38 (1905)
105mm Howitzer Type 91 (1931) Serial Number 287
75mm Field Gun Type 38
/ Improved Type 38 (1905) Serial Number 1619
47mm Anti-Tank Gun Type 1 (1941)
25mm Anti-Aircraft Gun Type 96 (1936) Single Mount
Sea Mine Type 93