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We visited this place in the am, not a lot of people around although there was a photo shoot inside the courtyard. I love the architecture of this place. It gives you a Filipino/Spanish sense when you tour this place. Well-maintained all around.
The furniture and fittings of this 1980's reconstructed house (by Imelda Marcos - added interest!) are authentic, extensive and impressive, showcasing the opulent lifestyle of the wealthy Philippino gentry in the 19th century. There are many beautiful examples of European mahogany and ornate Chinese cabinets,...More
This is so incredible place to visit. Its not big but got all the history displays, only took me about 30mins to finish. I wondered off to another place called "Silahis" Arts & Artifacts shop which was just a few blocks away and spent more...More
This is a reconstruction of a Spanish colonial home of the 19th century.
The entrance maybe easily missed. But once u enter, you will be amazed by the beautiful interior ( small garden, fountain, courtyard etc.)
Now it has been converted to a hotel (...More
If you're into old Spanish and Filipino house, you will appreciate Casa Manila Museum. It is a small museum that shows how the wealthy old Filipino families live. You will find how a typical casa is designed, and the types of furnitures they use.
Interesting to see how rich Filipino families lived during the Spanish colonial rule, although we would have appreciated some booklet with information that we would not mind to pay for. There is a beautiful well-priced courtyard cafe. Recommended.
It’s my pride to show around my friends abroad his beautiful Filipino- Spanish house. I always imagine how beautiful life was during that time before the bombing of beautiful & rich Manila.
The details and it’s history it truly rich.
A must visit place inside...More
The last time I was in Casa Manila was we had our educational field trip during High School. I was only 13 years old then and now I am 41 years old and still excited to visit the place.
We paid a total of 300...More