Casa ManilaCurrently Closed
- Address: General Luna St. ,Intramuros, Manila, Luzon, Philippines
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +63-25274084
- Ticket Price: 75 PHP
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Landmark, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Architecture
Casa Manila is reproduction of a Spanish colonial house that takes visitors out of the present age and transports them to a time where the Spanish ruled and Manila was highly influenced aesthetically and culturally. Imelda Marcos had this house built lavishly, with interesting items from that period and authentic architecture. The stunning furniture and artwork are simply a delight to the eyes and so is the medieval aura that surrounds this charming house. The house is a Spanish aristocratic mansion at it’s best.
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- Students- 50 PHP
- Nearest bus stop: Victoria, Manila City Hall
- Nearest LRT: Central Terminal Station
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95% of people who visit Manila include Casa Manila in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
68.62% of people start their Casa Manila visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Casa Manila
76.96% of people prefer walking in order to reach Casa Manila
If you're ever to visit Metro Manila Philippine, this is a must place to go. It's so packed with history but not only that, it's also a cozy spot to move around and appreciate the beautiful architecture that wrapped the surrounding building. This is such a wonderful place and you'll definitely enjoy your visit.
Casa Manila is a restored Spanish merchant's house from the late 1800s. Nice place and worth a visit!
If you're looking for an IG-worthy spot then this is your place. Casa Manila is elegant! ❤ But if you're more interested in learning history, then fear not because they also have a museum. We were shocked to learn about some old "kagamitan" there. Their museum is a must see! ❤
Really captures the lifestyle in the Illustrado era of Intramuros. As a Filipino architect, we couldn’t want anything but total restoration of Intramuros so Casa Manila wouldn’t feel like the only casa there. A neighborhood that used to exist inside.
It was a nice experience but not very memorable.