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Sto. Nino Shrine and Heritage Museum

Open today: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Nice to visit and see how the presidential family use this building as their other home when they... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Jay C
Tuguegarao City, Philippines
recall our phil history

visited in the morning and paid the entrance fee. a guide will accompany you. we were amazed with... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2018
Cebu Island, Philippines
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Real Street, Tacloban, Leyte Province, Philippines
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Nice to visit and see how the presidential family use this building as their other home when they visit Leyte, during the regime of former President Marcos.

Thank Jay C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

for a Php200 entrance, it doesn’t offer much. i understand the cost-cutting measure of the local government but touring this shrine in humid air is not justified. you can see the opulence of this romualdez residence and transforming it into a museum solicits mixed reactions...More

Thank Irene F
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

This is a must visit! Although this is a sequestered property, the place is still worth visiting. It's actually not well maintained but I could still see how beautiful it was when it wasn't yet sequestered. Materials on the walls are all native materials which...More

Thank pepperchip
Reviewed 13 May 2018

Well worth a look if you are in the area. The Museum itself is well laid out and walking into the House you coming into a Chapel area that is somewhat decaying - yet majestic. The guide was good humoured, i cannot remember his name,...More

Thank the2ndhasapulse
Reviewed 1 May 2018

Nothing much to see here. Provincial home with a wanna be desire to be royalty. Imelda really had no class and will always be a proviciana

Thank DocBench
Reviewed 14 April 2018

Ive been sharing my experience to my kids and to my learners in school. The place is quiet and memorabilia's of Marcos family was there. Historic Place too.

Thank jammieathea11
Reviewed 11 April 2018

visited in the morning and paid the entrance fee. a guide will accompany you. we were amazed with all the materials , furnitures and designs used for decorating..

Thank sweethomes
Reviewed 10 April 2018

The Sto. Nino Shrine Museum, was originally built as a vacation house of the Marcoses, and was later turned into a museum. Imelda seemingly evident in the style the house and the rooms was built was a good example of rustic, Grecian and European styled...More

Thank Jet_Cenia
Reviewed 9 April 2018

I really didn't know what to expect to see besides a statue or altar of Sto. Nino ... but this place was very interesting to see the palace that Amelia Marcos had built for herself and official functions. The Palace is extremely grandiose with all...More

Thank Holy_Innocent
Reviewed 2 April 2018

The Santo Nino Shrine is a very important place of worship for Catholics and is featured in any Cbu travel guide. The Chruch itself is old Spanoish style and id well maintaind and quite special inside. It is also very close to Magellan's Cross, another...More

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28 December 2016|
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Response from Joyce P | Reviewed this property |
You can take photos outside the mansion, but on the entrance of the mansion, there's a reception where in they will give you the price list. When we went there, we paid Php 200, 2 pax, 30 mins tour, using SLR & cellphone. I... More
11 May 2016|
Response from Daphne K | Reviewed this property |
That depends, but the tour requires at least 3 people per batch. Sometimes they tour two batches, so that's 6 people. It's a great place kinda old but very lux.