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Casa Manila
Casa Manila

Casa Manila

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Plaza Luis Complex, General Luna Street, Manila, Philippines

The Basics

Although the house itself is a reproduction built in the 1980s, all the furnishings inside are authentic and sourced from different homes. Guided tours are available, but you can also wander around the three-story house on your own. See the living room, dining room, and kitchen on the top floor, then move down to the bedrooms and office-library on the floor below. Don’t miss the double-seated toilet in the latrine. Finally, end your visit at the lovely fountain in the outdoor courtyard.

Many sightseeing tours, whether half-day or full-day, stop at Casa Manila, in addition to other top attractions such as Rizal Park, Fort Santiago, and the National Museum of the Philippines. Or experience Manila like a local and visit as part of a jeepney tour. Book a private tour to combine Casa Manila with other must-see attractions on your list.

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Private Old and New Manila City Tour
Private Old and New Manila City Tour
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$177.62 per adult
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We had a great day with Juliet, she...
We had a great day with Juliet, she was friendly, educational and set out a great day for us. We saw all of the sights we wanted to see in a safe and helpful way, and covered the ground in a way we wouldnt have been able to do by ourselves, and far better than being in a large tour bus. Worth the cost and recommended.
paul b, Jan 2018

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Casa Manila is a must-see for those interested in history, architecture, and Philippine heritage.

  • Photography is prohibited inside Casa Manila.

  • Visitors are not allowed to touch the displays and must walk along the carpeted path.

  • There is a souvenir shop and café on-site.

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How to Get There

Casa Manila is located in the Plaza San Luis Complex in Intramuros. It’s easiest to take a taxi or jeepney directly to Intramuros. You can also take the LRT to Central Terminal Station, then catch a jeepney to Intramuros. Once at Intramuros, you can walk or take a pedicab.

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When to Get There

Casa Manila is open daily except on Mondays. Visit early in the morning to beat the crowds and the heat.

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San Agustin Church and Museum

Near Casa Manila, San Agustin Church and Museum is one of the oldest churches in the Philippines, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1993. Next to the church is the museum, built on the site of a monastery destroyed during World War II. Today the museum houses a collection of rare books, manuscripts, and religious artifacts.

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