Visiting Casa Santa Museum in Antipolo Metropolis

Casa Santa Museum

Antipolo City – Looking for a place to hang out with kids this holiday season? The Casa Santa Museum, located inside the Jardin de Miramar Events Venue in Antipolo, has more than 3,700 Christmas and Santa Claus memorials collected around the world. Located 30 minutes from Metro Manila, the Museum has various sections such as Toy Factory, Santa’s Bedroom, Balay Belen, and Grinch room.

The Casa Santa Museum will reopen on November 3rd

Santa Balay Belen house

The Casa Santa Museum will reopen its doors on November 3, 2020, just before Holiday! Spend the day with your dear family and friends in this beautiful Museum designed for people who want Christmas all year long!

Discover memories you don’t remember and create new ones as you marvel at Christmas and Santa Claus commemorations.

See the Elves of Santa Claus at Work!

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Make the Christmas holidays a time to learn and benefit your children! See Santa’s Elves at work making toys for girls and boys!

Learn the Cause of the Times!

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Take a look at the various themes of Jesus’ birth that have been collected from all over the world and highlight the Greatest Story Told Through a Special and Real Journey!

Spend the afternoon with your dear family and barkada with Casa Santa Museum Christmas!

With only 4,000 Php in a group of 6 people, check out the Casa Santa Museum and enjoy a romantic merienda with your loved ones.

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Fees for Casa Santa Museum

The recommended price is at Php 325 / head. Opening weekends from 10 am to 4pm, weekends from 2 pm-4pm. Travel-on-site is permissible, but prior reservation is encouraged.

5 Santa Claus Trivia Maybe You Didn’t Know!

Christmas in the Philippines is influenced by our Catholic history and Western mythology. One of our favorite people is probably Santa Claus! Who doesn’t know Santa Claus of the North Pole House, First in His Name, inventor, child protector, Père Noël in French, Sinter Klaas in Dutch, and Father of Christmas! (Go ahead, Daenerys Targaryen!)

Aside from knowing her love language (gift-giving), we’ve rounded up five more Santa Claus you probably didn’t know!

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Dates of Santa Claus Back in the 3rd Century!

The legend of Santa Claus comes from a monk named Nicolas, who believed that he sold his inheritance to help the sick and needy in the third century. We love a compassionate person, don’t we?

Santa Claus was born in Turkey!

Saint Nicholas is believed to have been born in Patara, near Myra in modern-day Turkey, in 280 AD Imagine a camel instead of a deer? Now that’s the picture we want to see more of!

Santa Claus is a hero for mothers and children!

Legend has it that the real Santa Claus, Saint Nicholas helped three poor women to be sold into slavery or prostitution by paying them money to get married. After all, he is believed to be the one who protects sailors and children.

Santa Claus has 9 moose!

Santa Claus’ favorite characters are Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen, and the most famous deer, Rudolph! Rudolph and Santa also name each other. I’ll wait!

Santa Claus loves cakes and milk!

As she goes to leave Christmas presents for all the good guys and girls, Santa Claus loves to play with the cakes and milk that the kids have left for her! Besides, the giver also wants the best for himself! Someone give this person a list of online retailers that sell zokookie money! Hohoho!

Learn more about Santa Claus and have Christmas all year long in this museum east of Manila!

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