Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar


Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is a beautiful open-air museum and a heritage collection in the city of Bataan in the Philippines. A fine showcase of Filipino heritage, this museum is a must visit and one of the top tourist destinations in Bataan. Established in 2010, the facility also has a beautiful hotel that you can stay at. The many art pieces and ancient artefacts in the museum are definitely worth checking out.

  • Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar Address: Bagac, 2107 Bataan, Philippines
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Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar Reviews & Ratings

  • Our stay in Las Casas was almost perfect. The hotel room is good and pleasing - the space was more than enough to accommodate the five of us. Only downside to the room was the toilet's flush. It wasn't strong enough and sometimes not totally working at all. We informed the management about this but they only informed us on what to do about it.They didn't even offer a pail to assist in flushing the toilet. We're all Filipinos. We know how to flush the toilet with a pail. :) So their course of action was not exactly the solution to the problem at all. We wondered why they didn't transfer us to a room with better functioning toilet. Was it because we got the room in a promo/discount? That we don't deserve to get a better hotel room? Do they place all customers in this room if they availed their 50-60% off promo? Or all toilets in their hotel are not fully functioning that well?

  • This place really takes you back in time! I love the old houses and the stories behind each one of them. The guided tours are very informative. The staff are very friendly and hospitable. The place also offers a lot of fun and interactive activities. Great place overall.

  • Once you enter the enormous property of Las Casas, you instantly feel as if you’ve travelled back in time during the pre-colonial and colonial era of the Philippines. Most of the houses and buildings are original, if not, restored to its original state. When you enter the houses highlighted in the walking tour, you can smell the “old Philippines” as if you’re actually living in that era. You get a sense of pride as a Filipino after watching the shows, playing the games we all loved as kids, eating the food, and learning more about our history. The architecture is simply exquisite. It makes you appreciate the amount of time and craftsmanship Filipinos put in their craft back in the day. Our room was huge. It smells old as well (but that’s the whole point). The only downside of the room was that it felt moist inside due to the air con. Other than that, it’s a great nostalgic place. We will surely come back. Tip: Take the Balsa tour. There’s a lot of hidden gems :).

  • It was unexpected that the weather was uncooperative nonetheless we we're welcomed warmly by the staffs. The accommodation was big enough for us with complementary snacks. Our convenience was their utmost priority since my husband and I we're both senior. We're all provided with raincoats too. The historical tour was awesome. Enjoyed the cultural show. Transportation was available all day long.The breakfast was great. Overall the place was amazing.We intend to visit again. Just a few suggestions that concerns us that the road going in will be asphalted and to provide raincoat for children as well. Hope there would be more promotions in the near future. Worth recommending to families and friends alike.

  • Historically it is so cool. The buildings are beautiful, the tours are fun. Good beach. For the manager: Food is quite good, if a bit limited. Staff needs better training. Rooms are not quite up to the standard called for at this price. But do go.

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