Mirador (Jesuit Observatory) Baguio, Mountain Province, Philippines. The Mirador began as a branch of the Manila Observatory then became a villa where the Jesuits went during hot summers. It later became a house of studies and was also used for retreats.

Ortigas Foundation Library will be joining this year's Dia Del Libro organized by Instituto Cervantes.

Visit our booth and enjoy 20% off our published book La Casa De Dios and other titles.

Ige Ramos has chosen to trace Cavite's past through its food and found a history rooted in its food – how geography determined the products of the land, the role of the waterways in its physical  mobility and the Chinese, Spanish, Mexican, American and Japanese influences over the centuries that gave shape, color, and taste to their distinct food. 

The La Loma Church serviced the La Loma Cemetery, known as the oldest cemetery in Manila with an area of a little under 54 hectares. The cemetery was opened in 1884 and was originally known as the Cementerio de Binondo during the Spanish colonial period.

The Bagobo tribe is one of the largest indigenous tribes found on the island of Mindanao. They are still the predominant inhabitants of large areas from the west coast of the Davao Gulf to the mountain ranges of Mt. Apo.

News and Announcements

April 27, 2019 (Sat)
Día del Libro / International Book Day
Time: 10:00am to 10:00pm 
Booth #4
Ayala Triangle, Makati City
March 15-16, 2019 (Fri-Sat)
Workshop: Slipcase and Clamshell Box Making with Mark Cockram
Time: 9:00am to 5:00pm 
Ortigas Foundation Library
2nd Flr. Ortigas Building, Ortigas cor. Meralco Ave.
Pasig City
Ortigas Foundation Library Exhibit - Bataan Death March - Remembered
Ground Floor of Casa Candaba, Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar
Bagac, Bataan
Call 631-1231 local 187 (Ortigas Foundation Library)
Call 332-5338 or 332-5286 (Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar)
Ortigas Foundation Library Exhibit - The Churches of the Philippines: Our Lasting Links with Spain 
Casa Candaba, Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar
Bagac, Bataan
Call 631-1231 local 187 (Ortigas Foundation Library)
Call 332-5338 or 332-5286 (Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar)
DVD: Heneral Luna - The official DVD of the film "Heneral Luna" is now available for sale at P699 at the Ortigas Foundation Library Shop. Grab your copy now!
We have now opened our Conservation Services to the public.
The Ortigas Foundation Library's foreign-trained conservation team has over ten years of experience in book and paper restoration. Our services are reasonably priced and any income derived is for the continued operations of the library.
Seminar and Conference Rooms are available at the Ortigas Foundation Library.
(as of April 2018)
Seminar and Conference Rooms Booking Request Form
(as of March 2019)

Ortigas Foundation Library: One of the 10-Best Libraries in Manila
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The OFI Library  is a Philippine study center with a collection of over 23,000 books, serials, images, and documents relating to Philippine history with some dating back to the 17th century.
The OFI Library produced mobile photo exhibits of Filipiniana imagery of various themes which are brought to different schools, universities, local museums, churches and other public venues in Manila as well as the provinces. Interested parties may request for these exhibits. Other exhibits featuring original library materials from the collections are held within the foundation premises.
The foundation also hosts conferences, lectures, seminars, workshops and other interdisciplinary events. The seminar and conference rooms provide the venue for our educational and cultural programs. These rooms are also available for rent for cultural, socio-civic, as well as corporate activities.