Asia,  Philippines

Casa Santa Museum | Christmas in Antipolo (Part II)

It’s Christmas all year round!

I wanted to maximise my visit to Antipolo, and since it’s the Christmas season, I decided to visit the famous Casa Santa Museum. I’ve heard so much about this museum and I can’t believe it took me this long before I went to have a look!

Originally, Casa Santa was a family rest house, and in 1995, it was converted into a Santa Claus museum. The exterior of the museum looks like a hybrid of a ginger bread house and Santa’s workshop — I LOVED IT.

There were a lot of spots to take photos and I appreciated that the staff were very friendly and willing to take photos.

There are over 3,000 (and growing) Christmas items inside the museum. This includes traditional life-size Santas, singing Santas to Turkish Santas!

I couldn’t help but feel like a kid when I was at Casa Santa Museum. I’ll definitely come back again in 2019 to see new items they’ve added to their collection!

Museum Details: 

Address: 276 San Jose Extension, Brgy. San Isidro, Antipolo City

Hours: Weekdays – Open 8am – 4pm only ( minimum of 10 pax ) Weekends – For 5 pax and below we are open from 2pm – 4pm only no minimum pax required.

Entrance Fee: Php 180

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