Luna's House , which is called Bahay Ni Luna in Tagalog, is located in Badoc, Ilocos Norte. It's also called Museo nina Juan at Antonio Luna. Originally it's from Filipino painter Juan Luna's house. When 1958, the Philippines government took over the management of the musuem.

 

* The house was built with red bricks and has 2 floors.

 

* Juan Luna's statue.

 

* Very cute and traditional bricked bahay (house).

 

 * Horse parking area.

 

 * Garage for calesa (the cart).

 

 * Juan Luna's materpecice painting.

 

 * There are many different kind of palettes.

 

 * another set of palettes.

 

 * sketches.

 

 * the oil painting "Parisian Life" 

 

 * Juan Luna's family chart.

 

 * some sketches.

 

 * photos.

 

 * photos.

 

 * photos.

 

 * the wall was built with red bricks and concret.

 

 * photos.

 

 * The back door.

 

 * The hallway.

 

 * Living room.

 

 * traditional window with shell glasses.

 

 * traditional window with shell glasses.

 

 * bedroom

 

 * balcony at the 2nd floor.

 

 * balcony with a bench.

 

 * prayer's room.

 

 * prayer's room.

 

 * back ladder and well.

 

 * back ladder and well.

 

 * information board of Bahay ni Luna.