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A cheap way to educate yourself about Cebu City’s colonial lifestyle during the pre war era. How city is built by christianity and governed by the church. A lot of interesting facts. When in Cebu, this is a must!
Finding it as per reviews I read here in TA you have to enter through a hardware store / garage , is true and that is what makes it “magical” . As we entered through the big steel gate of the hardware store , I...More
A little gem hidden in a small street, inside a repair shop, you would not believe this is your destination. And it is! a nice old building you visit with a passionate guide who loves to explain about the different historical and cultural aspects of...More
history freaks should never miss out on this one of a kind museum. Who would have thought that we could find a well-preserved house built on 1730 inside a warehouse!? Well, the answer to the question why there is such warehouse is for you guys...More
The whole trip was awesome. The museum being behind a warehouse was just unexpected. It's like we've been led to a whole world and the tour guides never failed took us back in time. I'd love to go back and bring other friends with me...More
very worth it! the tour, very informative. experience, totally amazing! the museum is within a warehouse which for me, was just mind-blowing! you'll know the story behind it if you go check it out yourself. the guides are knowledgeable so if you wanna know about...More
this place (inside a hardware store!) is simply astonishing. the owner of the hardware store (apologies can remember his name) was very welcoming and informative. He has lovelingly restored this old Jesuit house (and the second house) and the tour was great. both houses are...More
Beautiful old house hidden in a hardware store. Now being lovingly restored and passionately curated by a friendly and engaging group of people. We received an excellent guided tour and the adjacent library/study space was lovely as well.