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Had a terrible experience with the tour guide. We were asked with or without tour guide. As I was looking forward to seeing this house I said yes as I wanted to know the history.
I was mistaken. We were rushed through the house. With...More
Had a chance to visit the Jesuit House with a few friends. Being a local, it was very informative reviewing about history of old cebu. It gives a glimpse of how life was lived. They have many antiques, memorabilia and Carmela (guide) takes you through...More
It is a historical site. However, the entry road on a narrow side street looked dirty and after entry to the 1730 Jesuit House wondered it was a old hardware crap store. But that is ground level. They collect a entrance fee of 50 pesos....More
This place is a total let down. Hardly any exhibit of the Jesuit but lots of exhibits of the family that bought this place that once belonged to the Jesuits. We are not interested in the history of the home owner, people! The original wall...More
The Jesuit House was built in 1730, hidden for years as the owners built a hardware around it, only recently rediscovered and developed into a museum. Ceramics and coins from Ming were found buried within. Old furniture and accessories gave us a glimpse on how...More
Our guide was Christian and he was amazing. Passionate about history (of Cebu / the Philippines but also international history), he gave us great explanations with so much enthusiasm !
He then even gave us some tips for the rest of our trip in Cebu....More
A cheap way to educate yourself about Cebu City’s colonial lifestyle during the pre war era. How city is built by christianity and governed by the church. A lot of interesting facts. When in Cebu, this is a must!
Finding it as per reviews I read here in TA you have to enter through a hardware store / garage , is true and that is what makes it “magical” . As we entered through the big steel gate of the hardware store , I...More
A little gem hidden in a small street, inside a repair shop, you would not believe this is your destination. And it is! a nice old building you visit with a passionate guide who loves to explain about the different historical and cultural aspects of...More