Although rather tucked away it is worth the hunt. An elegent mansion furnished in some style that has been tastefully restored to provide an introduction to colonial Cebu downstairs and an insite into...
I'm a Filipino and I just fell in love with this place. The guide is very knowledgeable and humorous and she's a college student! I can tell she will be successful with just how articulate she speaks....
From the get-go, you have a knowledgeable college student as a tour guide that provides insight and humor into each room. There’s well constructed wall art that shows the history of the family, a vide...
The museum was really great and very eye catching. the house was turned into a museum preserving a lot of items, artifacts inside. the curator who led the tour explained very well the details and the important informations about Cebu, the house itself, the family living there before, and the lifestyle back then. it was a great experience for me. being inside the museum made me feel the past itself.
CASA GORORDO MUSEUM ✨
If you want to witness the traditional "Bahay na Bato" pf the Philippines, this is where you will go. Casa Gorordo is home to the antiques of the past Archbishop of Cebu. It is still complete from the old frame of the house, to the furnitures, and finally the clothings of the previous owner. It is a museum that will take you back to the 1800s.
It was a good experienced the museum building is a fine example of a bahay-na-bato. The museum columns, dating to the mid-18th century, are hardwood trunks that support wide hardwood flooring planks in the second storey. The 2nd story has wooden walls and windows made of wood and Capiz shells. #wintergetaway