Three Intramuros sites now open to visitors

Manila’s historic walled city is ready to welcome visitors. Intramuros opened three of its attractions – Fort Santiago, Casa Manila Museum and Baluarte de San Diego – with limited capacity.

The IATF approved the reopening of parks, heritage sites and historical landmarks in areas under general community quarantine.

Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat said, “With the easing of quarantine restrictions while health and safety protocols remain in place, Intramuros is prepared to welcome back the public to the city’s plazas, open spaces, heritage sites and museums.”

The Intramuros Administration said 100 people at a time would be allowed to enter Fort Santiago and Baluarte de San Diego. Only 15 people or five persons per group at a time will be allowed at the Casa Manila Museum. Visitors aged 15 to 65 are allowed to visit these sites.

The Rizal Museum, dungeons, Asean Gardens and other sites are not yet open.

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