Fort Santiago
Fort Santiago was built in 1590 on the site of the Citadel of Rajah Sulayman as the main defense fortress of Manila during the Spanish colonial era. The Fort was declared a National Cultural Treasure in 2014
Casa Manila Museum
A lifestyle museum featuring the domestic life of 19th Century upper-class families in Manila. Constructed in 1981, the museum features one of the largest and finest collection of antique house-hold items in the Philippines. 

Museo de Intramuros
Museo de Intramuros houses the vast collection of ecclesiastical artefacts of the Intramuros Administration. Built in 2017, the museum is a reconstruction of the 19th century Jesuit Convent which was destroyed in 1945 during the Second World War.

Baluarte de San Diego
Baluarte de San Diego is the oldest structure in Intramuros and was originally built as a watchtower in 1587. It was declared a National Cultural Treasure in 2014.

Gallery of Sites

Note: *Site only. Structure no longer extant; **Reconstructed

Churches and Convents

Main article: Churches and convents in Intramuros

Educational Institutions

Main article: Educational institutions in Intramuros

Fortifications and Military Installations

Main article: Fortifications and military installations in Intramuros

Fortifications (Gates)

Main article: The gates of Intramuros

Government Buildings, Institutions, and Other Civilian Facilities



Main article: Hotels in Intramuros

Monuments and other Public Installations

Main article: Monuments in Intramuros

Museums and Secular Shrines

Main article: Museums in Intramuros

Rentable Spaces

Main article: Rentable function areas in Intramuros

Plazas, Parks, and other Open Spaces

Main article: Parks, plazas, and other open spaces in Intramuros

Private Institutions

Residences and Palaces

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