The enduring and iconic torch of freedom for millions of Filipinos has been clearly envisaged by a famous tourist attraction which features the finest cultural heritage of the Philippines. This is widely known as the Casa Real Shrine. It was remarkably built in the year 1580. According to the colorful pages of ancient Philippine history, it was then considered as the powerful seat of political power of the Spaniards during their 333 years of colonizing the Pearl of the Orient. Meanwhile, Bulacan’s pride of tourism development has been designated in those trying times as Casa Tribunal. Likewise, it was dubbed as the most cherished Ayuntamiento and their very own Presidencia Municipal.

Casa Real Shrine in Malolos, Bulacan.

Casa Real Shrine in Malolos, Bulacan.

Incidentally, this noble shrine had become to be the official residence of an incumbent gobernadorcillo. Over the years, the innocent-looking and awesome Shrine of Casa Real was immediately subjected to a much needed makeover when the Americans set foot on Philippine soil. After which, the elegant and bewitching shrine had become the center of their strategic military forces for several years. However, in the later course of time this timeless piece of Philippine history was converted into a military hospital in 1923. But then again, there have been many relevant changes that had been laid down in accordance to the fundamental foundations of progress and development. Therefore, this well-loved tourist destination of those industrious Tagalogs was chosen to be the annex of Bulacan High School in 1943. On the other hand, when the Japanese took over the Casa Shrine of Bulacan was transformed into a Japanese Chamber of Commerce. This was made possible in the pursuit of a more remarkable kind of economic development for the Filipinos which prompted the onset of an enslaving chapter in Philippine history for more than two years.

However, to make the Japanese’s socio-economic legacies more stunning the Shrine of Casa Real Shrine in Bulacan was made into a municipal library. Today, this is already a national museum which showcases the most eye-catching and exemplary memorabilia of those courageous and defiant Filipino heroes of our time. One of the must see exhibits in this Shrine was proudly owned by the Brave Women of Malolos.

Opening Hours

For those students out there who desire to have a personal glimpse of Casa Real in Malolos, Bulacan its opening hours starts from 8:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M. only, 7 days week. This include all the national holidays in the Philippines.

Entrance Rates

if you are going to be there, you can call these easy to contact phone numbers at (+63)-447-912-71-60, to know more about there required entrance rates.


Casa Real Shrine is conveniently located at Paseo del Congreso, Plaza Rizal Malolos, Bulacan.

The Casa Real Shrine will constantly be a part of any traveler’s itineraries because it had fabulously reflected the most commendable, worth dying and priceless dedications of this nation’s unsung heroes who had best served the interest of the Philippines without any sign of cowardice and uncertainty.

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