Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar


Ever wonder how it was like to live during the colonial era of the Philippines?  How it felt to live in houses with huge capiz windows, and wide-wooden planks for floors?  Or how Binondo esteros looked like?  It is now possible to experience and relive this era in Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar.

A unique collection of "Bahay na Bato", these houses that have withstood time and grime have been restored as close as possible to their original glory- in Bagac, Bataan.  What used to be a privately owned property is now joyfully shared with the rest of the world.  Take a peek into our history and how our ancestors lived their lives.  Touch wooden walls and floors and imagine how time has honed them to its smooth surfaces.  Go through cobbled-stone pathways as you experience calesa rides.  Join the walking tours, as guides amuse you with stories and trivia about the architecture and more importantly, the lives of the families who used to live in the houses.  For a more relaxed pace, go through the Umagol River on a balsa and have the most relaxing time while learning more about the past.  Find out the connection of Hotel de Oriente to Jose Rizal. Once inside, marvel at Filipino artistry and learn more about it with the Workshop Tours. Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar tells the story of Filipinos through each of its houses.  


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