| Sison Auditorium
| This Edifice was constructed in 1926 - 1927 during the term of Teofilo Sison, the 8th Governor of Pangasinan who also served as Senator of the Republic of the Philippines from 1928-1932 and was thereafter appointed as Secretary of the Interior and Labor and as Secretary of Justice and National Defense, earning him the distinction as the first Pangasinense to become a cabinet member. |
The Sison Auditorium was originally built as part of the Pangasinan Academic High School, the first Secondary school in the province (now better known as the Pangasinan NAtional High School popularly known as the "assembly hall", or the "Grand Provincial Auditorium", or simply the "Auditorium", it became the place of major function in the province). It also served at one time or another as a sports venue, as the provincial Library and as offices of the Vice Governor and the Provincial Board.
| The Cultural Center of Pangasinan
|| The Auditorium underwent General facelift renovation and restoration works in 2008 - 2010 under the Administration of Governor Amado T. Espino Jr. with the vision to make in the cultural center of Pangasinan to showcase the best of Pangasinense culture and artistry and the province which treausre of indigenous songs, dances, and other artistic expression.
The excellency of Fidel V. Ramos, President of the Republic of the Philippines(1992-1998), and an illustratious son of Pangasinan inaugurated this expressive edifice during the 430th Foundation anniversary of the province, on April 5, 2010.