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Definitely go here on a tour or else a lot of the things you will see here will just be lost on you. We went on the tour with Manila For A Day and this was one of the sites we visited. Great information and...More
I passed by this small museum while exploring the Intramuros ancient town. It is a Spanish colonial home dating back to late 19th century. It was quiet as there are only a few visitors. Worth a visit if you have time to spare.
Entrance tickets are purchased in a separate office in the courtyard. The Casa Museum is on the upper floors of the building. It recreates life of the Filipino elite during the Spanish Occupation. The furniture and architecture are interesting.
The path through the displays is...More
Nestled in old city of Intramuros, replica of 1850's home depicting colonial lifestyle during Spanish colonization.
Really nice courtyard with fountain. Admission is 75 Philippine peso with discounts for students and seniors. Museum upstairs is mainly old furniture.
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