The following are the museums in Laguna:

AERA Museum, Villa Escudero, San Pablo City

Bahay Laguna, Magdalena
Bahay Laguna is a museum in Barangay Bungkol, Magdalena, Laguna that houses the memorabilia of the late Governor Felicisimo T. San Luis, who served as governor of Laguna province for 33 years. During his time, he was known as the "Living Legend of Laguna."

Coca-Cola Pavillion, Santa Rosa

Danilo Dalena House of Paintings, Pakil
Danilo Dalena's House of Paintings exhibits old paintings and sketches of the said painter.

IRRI Riceworld Museum, Los Baños

Monterola Museum, Nagcarlan

Museum of Natural History, UP Los Baños

Pila Museum, Pila
The Pila Museum in Pila, Laguna is housed in a Spanish-era school, the Escuela Pia. The museum can be found near the town plaza (a National Historical Landmark) and across the San Antonio de Padua Parish Church, built in the 1800s. The Pila Museum was established in 1994 through the efforts of the Pila Historical Society Foundation.

Rizal Shrine, Calamba City
The birthplace of the Philippines' national hero, the Jose Rizal Shrine in Calamba City, Laguna, is one of the most frequented historical and tourist sites in Laguna. According to the National Historical Institute (NHI), "It was in that house that the boy (Jose Rizal) was shaped and molded and who would become the finest expression of his race."