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“Christmas ornaments all the way!”
Review of Casa Santa Museum

Casa Santa Museum
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Enjoy Christmas all year round. It’s all about Christmas and it will surely give joy to the hearts of kids and adults alike. Group tours are encouraged. Reservations are requested prior to visit. Minimal entrance fee is charged. In the rolling hills of Antipolo, nestled in an unsuspecting party venue lies a house where time stands still as it celebrates Christmas all year round. Introducing the Casa Santa, an internationally recognized Santa Clause collection that features Santa items ranging from life-size, singing Santas to Turkish-inspired bronze plaque of Santa Clause. At present, it is one of the most extensive private collection of Santa Clause items in the world. It contains over 3,000 Santas in every imaginable size and configuration. The collection extends from Santa blankets to a chess set with Santa figurines to Swarovski Santas that riddle every nook and cranny of the house. And unlike traditional stuffy museums, the Casa Santa is a fun museum in that the visitors are free to inspect the items closely, or in some cases, play with them. Whereas most museums are meant to inform by taking you back in time, Casa Santa is a museum that will take you to another world, a magical one. Casa Santa started out as a small personal collection of Jardin De Miramar’s owner and it grew in size until it needed a house where the Santas could “live”. The Casa Santa was converted from a family rest house into a museum of Santa Clause collection in 1995. It was remodeled by folk architect Rosario Encarnacion Tan and the lighting design inside the museum was crafted by Japanese interational light designer Shoko Matsumoto. The Casa Santa was featured in international television through Associated Press in 2005 and Reuters in 2007. It is also oftentimes visited by school children. It brings joy to everyone the whole year round.
Reviewed April 4, 2018

This place is also included during our Antipolo Day tour. Hindi ka pa lang pumapasok ramdam mo na ang christmas ambiance kahit March kami pumunta :D na advance na yung christmas spirit namin for December 2018 :D So ayun pagpasok mo sa house mawiwindang ka sa dami ng santa claus na makikita mo. Hahaha! Maumay ka besh! :D maganda yung place and enjoy naman.

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Reviewed February 24, 2018 via mobile

We went here last Dec and it was really fun! We had fun! My son was so amazed at the numerous collections! We'll make it a family tradition to go back here every Dec! More power and God bless!

Thank Sofia G
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Reviewed January 14, 2018 via mobile

I raised my son with advice from friends to believe in Santa. Seems frivolous to some but starting a child out with pure memories without the drudgeries of the world makes for a happy adult. Coming here when I can allows me to reunite with an old friend as well. Thank you, Casa Santa!

Thank Robert D
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Reviewed December 22, 2017 via mobile

The house is sooo small and not worth the price of a minimum group of five to enter - so as a couple we paid 900 pesos - even tho' there's a group ahead of us. We thought we will be obliged to pay if we are the only guest but they still collected the group of five fee for just the two us. Displays are not so one of a kind of thing - very ordinary. Even the restroom that it's only the shower curtain that depicts christmas and santa seating on the bowl and a very little ordinary christmas ornament. I am very disappointed of what i have seen and with not so courteous staff that will assist you around. The trip to the place is not worthy enough

Thank Mila Agacid A
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randydionio, Manager at Casa Santa Museum, responded to this reviewResponded January 10, 2018

We are sorry to hear that Casa Santa did not meet your expectations. Our displays were sourced from as least 70 countries.

Regarding the rate applied at the date/time you came, we have a posting on Facebook of a “No Minimum” open dates/time which was uploaded in November. Our Casa Santa "facebook page cover" clearly states that we have a 5pax minimum requirement for entry outside of the "no minimum" open dates/time.

We were trying to reach you to discuss, but we did not get a reply from you. Please feel free to call us anytime at 0917 891 2208 or 584 3199. RANDY

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Reviewed December 3, 2017

Santa Clause museum for me is more like Santa's house prepared for kids from 1 to 100 years old. We all have kids in our hearts that never grow old even as years passes by. My partner and I have so much fun here. From photo ops (of course) to appreciating different form and sizes of Santa Clause figure. I've seen the cute santa doggies (dog lover here ) the one I've seen in TV when featured in #KMJS. We stayed their for more than an hour since we enjoyed every piece of them. From the smallest to biggest Santa clause. When we visited the place, there is a Merry Christmas event, they put up a giant inflatable slide for kids and some mom&dad to enjoy, there are also food carts who offered variety of foods, and the Payatas Choir.
We paid P300 per person but it is worth it since this is also for the event with a cause.
Tip: bring your own vehicle since the place is a bit hard to visit if ever you want to commute.

'Tis is truly the season to be jolly! more power to the owner and to the staffs.

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