- The San Luis Obispo de Tolosa Church was the last Spanish outpost in the country. Its garrison of four officers and 54 men were besieged by Filipino insurgents for 337 days from June 27, 1898 until their surrender on June 2, 1899. It also houses the La Campana de Baler, an ancient high quality bell stored as a relic. The late Commonwealth Pres. Manuel L. Quezon was baptized here. It was declared as a National Historical Landmark on February 29, 2000.
- The Lt.-Cmdr. James Gilmore Marker, located on the left side of Baler Church, was installed in 1931 and commemorates the capture of Lt.-Cmdr. Gilmore and his crew.
- The Quezon House, situated beside Cemento Beach, it is the former home of Pres. Quezon. It was destroyed during a super typhoon and a concrete staircase leading to nothing is all that remains of the house.
- The Quezon Resthouse, located across the church and municipal hall, is a traditional, pastel blue, wooden vacation house of the Quezons and the birthplace of Doña Aurora A. Quezon. It has a pyramid-shaped roof and a wide backyard with a lawn and garden. A National Historical Institute marker installed in 1985 honors Doña Aurora for her philanthropic works.
- The Quezon Memorial Park, at the town center, has a bronze sitting statue of Manuel L. Quezon (designed by Julie Lluch and installed in 2006) set on a circular platform that serves as a landmark of the town. Within is the Museo de Baler and a replica of the hut where Quezon was born. A block away is a marker for Doña Aurora Quezon.
- Lukso-Lukso is a coral reef and rock formation ideal for watching migrating birds.
- PAGASA Radar/Weather Station (Cape Encanto)
- The Ermita Park Hillsite, in Brgy. Zabal, has a shrine of the Virgin Mary and Holy Infant, brick-laden picnic huts, a small grandstand and an old bell tower formerly used to warn the people of Baler of raiding pirates. It provides an excellent view of Baler, the Sierra Madre Mountains, Sabang Beach, Cemento, Lukso-Lukso and and the offshore islands of Dimadilangat and Aniao.
- Dimadimalangat Island, located off the reef shore, is a rock formation approachable during low tide. It serves as a point identifying the southernmost tip of Baler Bay. During the calm months of April to June, the place becomes a haven for wall divers. It is also a good dive and snorkeling site.
- The Aniao Islands are two small but imposing islands located off the coast and south of Dimadimalangat Island. A habitat for kingfishers, gulls and even hawks, its peaks are a challenge for rock climbers.
- The white-sand Cemento Beach is suitable for surfing and snorkeling. To the south of an old cement pier is a reef break, just off a large rock, that produces excellent quality 10-14 ft. high, right break waves (recommended for expert professional surfers only) during the months of October through February. Cemento Beach is usually the site of the finals for the annual Aurora Surfing Cup.
- The kilometer-long, white sand Digisit Beach has a protective coral reef and is also a good dive and snorkeling site.
- The gray sand Sabang Beach, in Brgy. Sabang, is ideal for swimming, surfing and windsurfing. There are a number of resorts situated here. A good site for beginners and novice surfers, it has strong undertow currents in certain areas which can be good for surfing, but dangerous to swimmers. Sabang Beach has three surfing sites: Cobra Reef, Charlie’s Point (where the surfing scene of Francis Ford Cuppola's 1979 “Apocalypse Now” was filmed) and Secret Spot (at the mouth of the Cemento River). Further north of Sabang Beach is the newly discovered surfing spot called Lindy's Point, a 15-min. hike from Bay's Inn.