Thu. Oct 24th, 2019

Witness As History Comes To Life In Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar

HistoryLand

History comes to life as Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar brings you HistoryLand

Learning history can be boring and hard to understand sometimes. But what if you see it live in action like in the movie ‘Night at the Museum’, where the museum brings all exhibits and artifacts come to life at night? 

This month of August, Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar brings you to HistoryLand — the heritage hotel and destination’s newest attraction where you can witness the pivotal pieces of history comes to life. HistoryLand will breathe life to some historical events through fun and interactive efforts. It aims to repaint the country’s rich heritage while reminiscing the bravery of the Filipinos who fought for our country.

What is Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar?

It is the only Philippine destination that showcases the best of Filipino heritage and culture by the restored Spanish-Filipino house collection of Jose “Jerry” Acuzar. Located in the heart of Bagac, Bataan, Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar features a one-of-a-kind travel to the past with its majestic architectural designs and heart-warming revival of the past. 

Things to look forward to in HistoryLand

There are many exciting activities to look forward to in HistoryLand. 

Historical Reenactment Show

A part of the HistoryLand, there will be five historical reenactment shows this August in Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. These five shows are some of the most important parts of our history.


The Battle of Mactan

HistoryLand will first bring you back to 1521 where the Filipinos first fought against the Spaniards — the Battle of Mactan. You will witness how Data Lapu-Lapu defended our land against the Spaniard troops led by Ferdinand Magellan.

Execution of Jose Rizal

Next will be the execution of the Philippine national hero Dr. Jose Rizal. He was known to be the one who ignited change and inspired our countrymen to fight for our freedom, which we now enjoy today. 

Execution of Jose Rizal - HistoryLand
Execution of Jose Rizal

The Cry of Pugad Lawin

Also known as the start of the Philippine Revolution, this was the time when Filipinos were encouraged by Andres Bonifacio to tear their cedulas as a sign of their defiance against the Spaniards. During the reenactment, they will let you participate by giving you a cedula which you will tear into pieces later on.

Cry of Pugad Lawin - HistoryLand
Cry of Pugad Lawin

Making of Philippine Flag

Flag is a symbol of freedom. Did you know that every color in the Philippine flag represents a Filipino trait? In fact, it underwent a lot of revisions before it became what it is today. In HistoryLand, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourselves in the making of this authentic Filipino symbol.

Making of the Philippine Flag - HistoryLand
Making of the Philippine Flag

The Philippine Independence

After a long and arduous battle of our forefathers, finally, we claimed the ultimate independence which is the part of history that you shouldn’t miss. Experience it live and in flesh at HistoryLand.

HistoryLand - Philippine Independence
Philippine Independence

Photo Ops with some History Icons

Get a chance to take pictures with some of the famous icons of our history — El Katipuneros, Sisa, General Luna, Maria Clara, and Friars; in Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. You can also learn a thing or two from these history icons.

HistoryLand - Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar

Parade of History

Aside from the photo ops experience, there will also be a parade where you can meet and greet the historical characters as they walk through the aisles of Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. This is the main highlight of the attraction that you shouldn’t miss. 


Enjoy this once in a lifetime experience only at Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. For inquiries and reservations, call 0917-872-9361 or visit their website at www.lascasasfilipinas.com. You may also book your rooms/private casa at bit.ly/LasCasasRoomReservation

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