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Casa Araujo Alvares

Near Big Foot, Loutolim 403718, India
0832-275-0430
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Near Big Foot, Loutolim 403718, India
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It is actually a house of one of the Judge that time. Some of the items, utensils, painting, pictures used during that time. Apart from everything else was astounded to see a collection of over 3000 ganesh idols! There are 2 guides who take you...More

Thank Shikha G
Reviewed 14 March 2017

A must see for any one interested in history. A great recreation of a family home to give an idea of life in a 250 year old Portuguese home. from the entrance, to the big dining room with an expandable dining table, with a piano...More

Thank 643sujatas
Reviewed 12 March 2017

Great for history lover. This place given you an idea about how the Goan culture developed. Would have preferred a guide instead of being guided by the electronic device. Nevertheless a a nice time here

Thank CA_SantoshM
Reviewed 24 February 2017

An old Portuguese house depicting early Goan life. Old trinkets, furniture and labouring devices are doted around the house. I would have liked more time there but it was rushed as the tour was guided by electronic voice over machines. Too rushed really

Thank mmorrisroe
Reviewed 22 February 2017

A sound and light show walks you through how a real life Portuguese lawyer and his family lived a few hundred years ago. Several of the implements, vessels, practices and customs have a direct imprint on the Goan way of life today.

Thank hemashah
Reviewed 22 October 2016

This is just opposite to Big Foot. It is an actual house of the 1st judge of Goa. All the items used by their family are kept intact and the house itself is converted to a museum. There are 2 guides who take you through...More

Thank Abhishek M
Reviewed 6 October 2016 via mobile

Beautiful placd takes u back to colo ial times. Apart from everything else was astounded to see a collection of over 3000 ganesh idols! Wonderful. Going to Goa gor last 36 yrs but first time saw the place. As all of goa the village is...More

Thank DrVishram
Reviewed 25 March 2016 via mobile

Well preserved moments of Goan history, culture, family life. Glimpsing into the lives of the Alvares family of Loutolim, was an amazing experience. The norms of the time are clearly visible through the artefacts and furniture displayed. Interesting fact to note, was the elaborate and...More

Thank monicasharmab
Reviewed 7 February 2016

Definitely NOT worth making a special trip to see this. But as you may be in the area anyway to see "Big Foot", you should drop in. It takes about 30 minutes or so to walk through the house with multilingual guides. Sadly, the guides...More

Thank CWR01
Reviewed 27 December 2015

This place is Situated in Loutolim, Goa which is 9-10 km from Margao, Goa. This mansion named ‘Casa Araujo Alvares’ after it’s owner Eufemiano Araujo Alvares. Mansion is now converted in Heritage Museum. This mansion is 250 years old mansion. This is typical Portuguese colonial...More

Thank Waman_Parulekar
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