Visiting Casa Santa Museum in Antipolo Metropolis

Casa Santa Museum

ONEntipolo City – Are you looking for places to visit with kids this holiday season? Located in the Jardin de Miramar in Antipolo, the Casa Santa Museum features more than 3,700 Christmas and Santa Claus memorabilia from around the world. Located just 30 minutes from Metro Manila, the museum is home to various areas such as the Toy Factory, Santa’s Bedroom, Balay Belen, and the Grinch’s Room.

The Casa Santa Museum will reopen on November 3rd

Santa Balay Belen House

The Casa Santa Museum will reopen on November 3rd, 2020 in time for the holidays! Spend an afternoon with your closest families and friends at this quaint museum designed for people who want to experience Christmas all year round!

Relive nostalgic memories and make new ones as you marvel at the various Christmas and Santa Claus memorabilia.

See Santa’s elves in action!

Holy house in AntipoloHoly house in Antipolo

Make the Christmas break a time of learning and enrichment for your children! See Santa’s elves in action as they make toys for the little girls and boys!

Experience the reason for this season!

Casa Santa Museum in the city of AntipoloCasa Santa Museum in the city of Antipolo

See the different themes of the nativity scene from around the world and reflect on the greatest story ever told on a unique and virtual tour!

Spend an afternoon with your immediate family and barkada with the Christmas merienda of the Casa Santa Museum!

Explore the Casa Santa Museum for only Php 4,000 per group of 6 and enjoy a beautiful, intimate merienda with your loved ones.

Santa Village houseSanta Village house

Entrance fee to the Casa Santa Museum

The entrance fee is Php 325 / head. Open on weekdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on weekends from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Walk-ins are allowed, but prior reservation is recommended.

5 Santa Claus Trivia You Probably Didn’t Know About!

Christmas in the Philippines is influenced by our Catholic background and Western stories. One of our most popular characters is probably Santa Claus! Who does not know Santa Claus of the North Pole House, First of His Name, the list maker, protector of children, Père Noël in French, Sinter Klaas in Dutch and Santa Claus! (Move, Daenerys Targaryen!)

Apart from knowing his love language (formerly giving gifts), we have summarized 5 other trivia about Santa Claus that you probably did not know!

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Santa Claus dates back to the 3rd century!

The legend of Santa Claus goes back to a monk named Nicolas who is believed to have sold his inheritance to help the sick and needy in the 3rd century. We love a benevolent man, don’t we?

Santa Claus was born in Turkey!

It is believed that St. Nicholas was born in 280 AD in Patara near Myra in what is now Turkey. Do you imagine camels instead of reindeer? This is a picture we’d love to see more of!

Santa Claus is the hero of women and children!

According to legend, the real Santa Claus, Saint Nicholas, helped three poor women not to be sold into slavery or prostitution by paying for their dowry so they could get married. After all, he is believed to be the protector of sailors and children.

Santa has 9 reindeer!

Santa’s beloved helpers are called Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Komet, Amor, Donner, Blitzen and the most famous reindeer of all, Rudolph! Rudolph and Santa name a more iconic duo. I’ll wait!

Santa loves cookies and milk!

While leaving Christmas presents for all the good boys and girls, Santa Claus loves to devour the cookies and milk the kids leave for him! After all, the gift giver also wants something for himself! Somebody gives this man a list of online sellers trading in cookie currency! Hohoho!

Learn more about Santa and experience Christmas all year round at this quaint museum east of Manila!


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