I was a bit hesitant to go in because of the 60 Pesos per person entrance fee with a minimum of 3 persons but my aunt said that she will treat me and my grandmother to enter the Santo NiÃ±o Shrine. There’s also a fee of P30 for each camera that we will be using.
After paying, the tour guide instructed us to remove our footwear and wear the slippers they provided so as not to bring the dust inside.
Not doing my assignment to research about Tacloban, I thought that the Santo NiÃ±o Shrine was only a church but as the tour progressed I realized that it was actually a house of the former first lady of the country, Imelda Romualdez Marcos. Thus the name Romualdez Museum.