Lingayen Church (Epiphany of Our Lord Parish)
One of the important heritage building in Lingayen Pangasinan, features a tiered bell tower that looks something like a pagoda.
Pangasinan Capitol Building
Built in the late colonial days and then renovated after WWII, this is one of the finest buildings in the province.
Lingayen Gulf War Memorial
In the Provincial Capitol Compound are relics reminding the people of the last World War II like fighter plane, Japanese tanks and us cannon are located. These stuff are beautified by the beautiful landscape along capitol compound.
This open-air museum adjoins the public beach and features airplanes and weapons from WWII. In the park, which faces the Capitol and the gulf, are reminders of World War II: a Japanese fighter plane (another plane was destroyed during a storm), two Japanese tanks and a US cannon.
In memory of those who lost their lives at Lingayen Gulf, Philippines (1944 – 1045). The memorial plaque is dedicated to all service men and civilians who fought bravely against the imperial Japanese forces.