Shield: From the Provincial Seal of Tarlac where the town is located.

Bamban Grotto & River Contour: Otherwise known as "Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto"; famous landmark for devotees, pilgrims and tourists especially during Holy Week. Grotto now serves as site of the 40th Division US Army Shrine. It is the only landmark Grotto Hill that can be found along the route of MacArthur Highway. River contour are Parua River or Bamban River, which is a national landmark that serves as boundary between Provinces of Tarlac and Pampanga. River was a witness to historic Battle of Parua River Line in November 1899. A devastating pyroclastic materials cascaded down this river from Sacobia when Mt. Pinatubo erupted in 1991 and continues to be an important landmark to this day.

Bamban Plant: Bamban derived its name from this plant which was abundant in Aeta Kingdom of Bamban with scientific name of "Donaz Cannaeformis K. Schum". Bamban plant is a shrub of rattan specie thriving along the banks of main river and its tributaries. At present, numerous Bamban plants are found near the streams in Sacobia area, Dapdap and Mainang.

Pierced Helmet on a Wooden Post: Taken from a historical war photo showing bravery and extreme sacrifice of our local Guerillas and American soldiers during World War II.

Symbol/Flag of Aguinaldo: Establishment of General Emilio Aguinaldo's revolutionary government headquarters in Bamban on June 6-12, 1899 and reminder of the role of Bamban as the last defense of Republic during Filipino - American war.

Spears & Bow: Indigenous materials, these gadgets were used since ancient times by Aetas, the early settlers of Bamban. They used these in hunting and self-defense.

1710: Founding year of Bamban. With historical data from National Library and Mariano Henson's book "The History of Pampanga and its Towns" as main reference. It was in 1710 when Bamban was discovered as an Aeta Settlement by Spanish missionaries. Missionaries propagated Catholic faith particularly in areas of (old) Banaba Anupul and Culubasa. By 1716, Fr. Andres de San Fulgencio of Agustinian Recollect Order started the mission in Bamban on 1716.

Grains of Rice: Fifteen (15) Barangays of the municipality with rice as their main produce.