Casa Manila Intramuros
When you look at Manila today, you will be awed by how much progress it has achieved since the olden times. But there is a place in modern Manila that still retains its original and rich culture, and that is Intramuros.
There is a place inside Intramuros that will give you a better picture, help you understand what it was like then and give you a deeper experience of Manila during the Spanish colonial era and that is the Casa Manila Museum.
Casa Manila was destroyed during the Second World War and stepping into its massive stone walls and cold stone flooring is like stepping back into time. The structure in itself gives you that “feel” of living in a Filipino house or residence way back in the 19th century. This Spanish colonial home was rebuilt by the former first lady Imelda Marcos during the 1980’s to help Filipinos appreciate their heritage and to assist tourists to better understand the history and development of the Philippine culture.
CASA MANILA, INTRAMUROS
Address: General Luna (Calle Real del Palacio)
cor. Real (across the street from San Agustín Church)
Landline: (+632) 527-4084