Located on the historic Pari-an district. The was museum conferred the title of National Historic Landmark in 1991 by the National Historic Commission of the Philippines. Best place to see a well preserved Spanish colonial era house known locally as balay nga tisa, or house with tiled roof. Also…
Casa Gorordo Museum Cebu was the home of Juan Gorodo, first Filipino Bishop of Cebu. The museum houses many old and ancient relics. The displayed relics give a picture about the lifestyle of the Filipino people during the period from 1860s to 1920s.
“The Museo was designed by Domingo de Escondrillas in in 1869 (he used to be the only architect in Cebu that time). It was originally proposed to be the main prison for the Visayan District because of its somewhat considerable size when it was constructed.The construction started in 1871. It was believed that the coral blocks from the demolished Parian Church were used to build parts of the gaol.”
“One of the oldest and major malls in Cebu City. You can find almost anything and everything here from budget to upscale.”
“Great place! Great food! The servings are enough and the prices are reasonable. I love coming back here again and again. I love how open the space is and the different array of foods they offer. And every now and then, they offer new dishes that are sure to delight your tummy. You guys should try it! I recommend this branch out of all other branches. ”