New Rizalia is home to a variety of museums and landmarks. Shown below are some of the most notable of these.
Bonifacio Garden: Bonifacio Garden is a small garden located at the front of the Government Center. It is named after Andrés Bonifacio, a Filipino hero. One of the garden's most recognizable features is Independence Tree, where New Rizalia was founded. The other, is a pair of sculpted trees called "The Moose". The garden also includes bushes that bloom beautiful flowers in the spring.
Santa Fe Train Trail: The Santa Fe Train Trail is a scenic trail located near Highland Province. It is named the Santa Fe Train Trail because it features an abandoned train post from the Santa Fe Railroad. The post was built sometime in the 1940s. Along the way to the post, there is a small creek with a waterfall.
The National Museum of New Rizalia is a museum that contains over a thousand scientific specimens. These specimens include fossils, minerals, and artifacts. The museum's collection has been acquired over the years by President Torres since 2014. Shown below are some of the museum's mose prized specimens: Lunar breccia (moon rock), Megalodon teeth, and a well-preserved ancient Roman Empire coin.