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We had visited this place in 2012 and were very impressed. We wanted to show this place to our little daughter too and thus planned a visit again in 2018. Unfortunately, this time we felt a little let down. They have tried to automate the...More
music and explanation loudly unpleasent ,all dirty , full of dust
personal things inside closed closet could not seen well , disgusting . Is a shame as an heritage,comparing with Braganza and Figueuredo.
Is a pitty as it could be interessant if people who take...More
This is the house of a Portuguese lawyer exhibited as it appeared a hundred or two hundred years ago. Even though they have tried their best to make it authentic, it failed. It looked more like a school exhibition. Even the audio guide was not...More
Do yourself a favour and choose another activity or another colonial mansion to visit as this one here won't add absolutely anything to your cultural knowledge.
The whole place is run down, dusty moldy. The artefacts on display are of very little interest. I am...More
A must see for any one interested in history and culture. It gives an idea of how life was in the house 200 years back. The audio guide inside the museum isn't great. However, the sight of what's inside the house is more or less...More
Beautiful house with well guided audio and person tour. The only thing which we found not suitable was the entry fee of 100/- Indian rupees. We found it to be a bit expensive. If you want to click photos then a camera ticket worth rs...More
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
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
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
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