Bahay na Bato Open Art Gallery

Nalvo Norte, Luna, La Union

Bahay na Bato Open Art Gallery
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Art Gallery
Business Hours
Open: 6:00a - 8:00p


  • Sunday
    • 6:00a - 8:00p
  • Monday
    • 6:00a - 8:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 6:00a - 8:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 6:00a - 8:00p
  • Thursday
    • 6:00a - 8:00p
  • Friday
    • 6:00a - 8:00p
  • Saturday
    • 6:00a - 8:00p

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Most Recent Reviews

Archieval M.
5.0 Stars

Must visit pag nasa La Union.
Medyo malayo pa sya from Surf town San Juan pero sulit naman din puntahan.
Mura lang entrance. Nasa Php30 lang and plus Php10 pag bet nyo pumasok sa bagong 3D art gallery nila.
Bawat sulok may makikita kang stone/wood art creations. Mas maganda pumunta ng medyo maaga siguro kasi open area sya, mahirap sa tanghali pag tirik na araw. Madami spot for photoshoot. May spots din na pede ka lang tumambay and magpahinga pag pagod ka na magpipipicture.

  • No. of Comments: 2
SherieAnn O.
5.0 Stars

we were amazed with how the artists made each rock and stones into pieces of remarkable crafts.. everything is literally made of stones.. the ceiling, the walls and the floors are pieces of stones artfully arranged to give each of those who visits an astonishing feeling..we left the place with so much awe.. kudos to the artists.. the view is also a plus since the house stands near the beach..

  • No. of Comments: 5
Gwen I.
5.0 Stars

By the time I've learned about this place on |ooloo, I knew that I should see it in person. A museum facing the beach? Heck, it's perfect for a thalassophile (beach lover) & history fan like me! 128522

Located in a town called Luna, it's a 10-minute drive going here from the national highway. You can always ask the locals if you need directions. 128522

What I like about this place is how awesome they put all those stones to create a place like this. Literally stones everywhere! Never have I seen too many stones in my life. 128514

My favorite house is the one that houses all those old school tools that were used by our ancestors for farming, fishing, construction, cooking, etc. It's a heck of an amazing collection of tools! Love it! 128522

Aside from the galleries, they also have a mini 3D art museum with a 10 pesos entrance fee. It also has all kinds of different wood & stone art installations. 128522

It's just sad that we missed the house that's located on the far left side of the area facing the sea. Huhu. 128557 I wish they provide maps for visitors. ☹️

* Preferred day(s) to visit: weekday(s)
* Entrance fee: 30 pesos
* Wear light clothing

This is definitely worth a visit when you're in La Union. 128522

  • No. of Comments: 7
Marvel T.
4.0 Stars

Bahay na Bato is a part of our DIY La Union
Located at Luna, LU
It's an open art gallery.
So people who love taking pics with arts will denifitely love this.

Entrance Fee is 20php

But Effective on March 1, 2017 it will be 30hp.

There's also a 3D art gallery (much like Art in Island style, a bit of a let down though) you will also pay another entrance fee which is 30php

[✔️] Canteen
[✔️] CR
[✔️] Entrance Fee

  • No. of Comments: 5
Marylouise M.
5.0 Stars

You will love this place. There's a lot of people are going there. It is a gallery place and I really loved it because I am a artsy type and love to take pictures. What I really loved at Bahay na Bato is the ambiance. You will see the House that made of rocks. While you're walking you will see a lot of rocks there.
The ticket costs cheap. And you will love it! The first spot is the house that has a obsolete things, crafts, artifacts and other man made that has a great value.
At the back of that house is the beautiful beach that shines like the blue skies and the sun was reflecting. The air was so good, if you breathe you will feel relax and enjoy the beautiful view.
At the side of the first house a few walk you will see the Bahay Na Bato house that made of rocks. Inside of the house of rocks at the first floor you will see the mini store, the souvenir shop, the tables for sitting and relaxing, the frames and other beautiful chronicles. At the second floor you will see the crafts, artifacts and other historical facts. At the third floor you will see the small balcony that captures all of the view the beach, the other house and the biggest house besides the Bahay na Bato and it has a two swimming pools, but it has no water.
Outside the beautiful houses, they have a beautiful wishing well or simply a deep well and it's so nice and beautiful because it's made of rock and it's color red. And if you have to fun they have many statues there.
If you love art, galleries and taking pictures you will love the Bahay na Bato! It is located at Luna, La Union.

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