we visited here after all the crowds left. our taxi driver snuck us in due to knowing someone there. amazing photo opportunities
About Casa Manila
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While the house itself dates from 1980 when it was rebuilt to replicate the home of wealthy Spanish-Filipinos, the furniture and other artifacts are original and donated by old Manila families at the request of former First Lady Imelda Marcos. Built around a courtyard, one...More
Following lunch at Barbara’s Restaurant, we walked around the grounds of Casa Manila, a Spanish-era colonial home. The home was destroyed during World War II but was reconstructed through the leadership of first lady Imelda Marcos. We only had time to walk around the courtyard...More
Didn't really live up to my expectation. Very small museum. 30 minutes tops. But the maintenance of the building is good.
Oldest part of Manila going back to the Spanish occupation kept very well with old cafe's nearby serving traditional food
This place exhibits the life in colonial Manila. Although this building only exhibits the affluent family dwelling during that period.
You gain an insight into life in the Philippines many moons ago. The items and building are well maintained unlike some other places I visited later.
This property is well taken care of and lots of interesting items in the house. Something to do while in Intramuros.
This was our first stop at our DIY Manila Walk Tour and the place exceeded my expectations because some of the museum attendants were kind enough to actually give us a tour to give an in depth description of the museum. This museum is a...More