Home-turned-museum, Casa Manila was constructed by Imelda Marcos during the 1980s. Located in Intramuros, the museum was made to look like a typical Spanish upper class house in 1850s. Designed and built by J. Ramon L. Faustmann, casa was made with stone and wood inspired by spanish colonial architecture. Casa Manila is an example of a typical house of a very wealthy spanish merchant. Inside the museum, visitor can see impressive artworks, antique from Europe, luxurious chandeliers, antique piano, chinese ceramics and other elegant furniture around the living room. Outside the main building, there is Spanish-style fountain, furniture, doors & lightings. Entrance fee is 100 for adults, 60 for students.
Location: Plaza Sans Luis Complex, General Luna St, Intramuros, Manila, 1002 Metro Manila