Immovable cultural property of Dinalupihan, Bataan which are used as basis for the development of information, education, and communication (IEC) materials. In gathering the data, objective-data driven field visits, semi-structured interviews and document analysis which constituted the principles of community cultural mapping were utilized. The built heritage mapped included the Glorietta and the ancestral houses of the Oliveria, Reyes-Fernandez family and former Mayor Diaz. On the other hand, the tangible movable properties mapped included images of Mater Dolorosa, San Juan Evangelista, San Pedro, Sto. Niño dela Suerte, Virgen de Antipolo and Nuestra Señora Dela Paz y Buen Viaje and other important properties like old Sweepstake ticket, piano, and old photograph (carte de viste), phonograph/ trompa, paper money. These properties were photographed and video-recorded while its caretakers were interviewed to assess its current condition, problems in the conservation and measures being undertaken to conserve it. These were also proven to have historical, aesthetic, and social significance and contributed a lot in the development of the town since the time of the Spanish colonization. The output of the study includes a cultural map, digital coffee table book and documentary video which will be used to boost the tourism development of the town and as materials for the teaching of local history.