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Galleria Taal

60 M. Agoncillo Calle, Taal, Luzon 4208, Philippines
+63 906 763 2449
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A walk-through on how cameras evolved through time

It's a rare place. You'll find fascinating types of well-preserved camera, around 130 pieces of it... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
DJ R
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Binangonan, Philippines
Wonderful camera collections

100php entrance fee. The galleria have few photos but very nice shots. Huge camera collections and... read more

Reviewed 16 December 2017
Mon J
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“digital age” (2 reviews)
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60 M. Agoncillo Calle, Taal, Luzon 4208, Philippines
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+63 906 763 2449
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It's a rare place. You'll find fascinating types of well-preserved camera, around 130 pieces of it — from bulky, accordion-like pieces of centuries ago up to the lightweight pieces of digital age. Don't miss this when visiting Taal Hertitage Town. Entrance fee is PHP 100.

Thank DJ R
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Reviewed 16 December 2017 via mobile

100php entrance fee. The galleria have few photos but very nice shots. Huge camera collections and what's amazing is that all of the cameras work! They have some collectible and rare cameras. One of the best and must visit place in Taal Heritage Town

Thank Mon J
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Reviewed 14 November 2017

If you are a camera enthusiast I would highly recommend visiting this small museum dedicated to camera's past and present and to vintage photography from the early 1800. I was blown away at how many cameras they had here on display. I was told they...More

Thank Paul F
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Reviewed 13 September 2017

At the time of this writing, there is an entrance fee of 100.00 pesos per person. However, the amount is worth it since there will be a guide who will tour you around the premises. Also called the Ilagan-Barrion Ancestral House, Galleria Taal showcases the...More

Thank Jake2014jake
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Reviewed 18 July 2017

as a Part of Our Planning Workshop / Team Building Last 7/15-7/16 '17 Galleria Taal is one of the place we visited in the City of Taal. here you will find vintage camera's from the oldest type to the newest type. its a perfect to...More

Thank Viera Mary C
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Reviewed 14 May 2017

Wow! is all I can say with regard to the VAST collection of unique and antique cameras. You need not be a camera enthusiast to enjoy the museum. Upside: Visitors get a guided tour, and if you are in luck, the owner might just be...More

Thank TayNayNak
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Reviewed 22 March 2017

During college, I become a fan of vintage cameras though I don't have budget to collect those. During our photography class, I really did enjoyed the Nikon manual camera that we used which is known nowadays as DSLR, so the technology calls it. When we...More

Thank Mole_the_traveller
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Reviewed 11 January 2017

The museum has a vast collection of old and some meerly new camera that was collected from ages and as per the caretaker of the museum those cameras were still working. The museum has entrance fee of 100php

Thank Armie P
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Reviewed 9 January 2017 via mobile

Not a camera enthusiast. But I can't help but be amazed at the vast camera collection, the work that has been put in putting them all together. The owner toured us & any tour is best when the info is straight from the horse's mouth.

Thank Tart C
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Reviewed 26 September 2016 via mobile

It is the ancestral house of Domingo and Maria Ylagan and is now in the hands of grandson Mr. Manny Inumerable. You can see a lot of cameras inside the gallery. Family photos and China wares that was preserved over a long period of time....More

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Roselle B
5 September 2017|
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Response from Mole_the_traveller | Reviewed this property |
Not here in Galleria Taal. It is located in another place to visit in Taal. Villa Tortuga displays traditional Filipino costumes and you can take pictures wearing them. you have to pay 250 (not so sure of the price) for the... More
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DelaCruzkk
25 October 2016|
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Response from eunsoohuang | Reviewed this property |
Entrance fee of P100.00 They are open from Monday to Sunday 9am-5pm You may contact Ms. Dolores curator
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