Just recently, we once again had a quick Tagaytay getaway (as if Tagaytay is just meters away from Bulacan). It was just a blog invite from an Airbnb host which means no expenses so it’s quite hard to say no despite having too many pending freelance projects *wink*. Since the bnb is near The Gingerbread House and it’s in time for Christmas season, there was no excuse to skip this attraction.


Our Trip to The Gingerbread House

It’s just less than 5-min drive from our bnb at Madeline’s Ville. We honestly went here just for picture taking opportunities so expect fewer words as this post will most likely look like a photo blog.


At the entrance gate. Excuse my sakit balakang pose.


Quick heads up: Make sure you park inside The Gingerbread House and not at the pay parking beside it. In our experience, a woman standing outside directed us to the pay parking area so we thought there’s no designated parking inside. But upon entering The Gingerbread House, there’s actually a parking area inside with no fees at all. So Jeric went to take our car inside instead.


The actual gingerbread house. That’s us at the terrace!


You’ll notice how tiny we are in this photo. Now you have an estimate on how huge the house is.

Take note though that the house is not made with real gingerbread so don’t expect too much. But it definitely looks attractive!


Jeric played with the angle as usual
At the garden just fronting the house. (L-R) Jeane, Mom, Me
Candy Village
At the Candy Village. This photo is supposed to be cropped for that picture frame effect but I’m too lazy, which is a valid excuse nowadays.
I love this shot because I didn’t need to crop lol
Betty and Bobby’s house. I honestly have no idea who they are. Can you tell me?
Loving the umbrellas at the ceiling. This is beside the fish spa area.


Let’s now take a look inside the gingerbread house itself.


There’s a cafe inside!
With God all things are possible indeed!
Photo with the laziest bear I’ve ever met! He’s cute though.
Looks delicious
A huge dining table inside the house
Sweet tooth corner
At the second floor


Every nook and cranny is definitely photo worthy! It’s quite easy to take photos as any angle actually works.


Fish spa area
I’m going crazy with house’s exteriors!
Oops. I was having a bad hair day.


Let’s now go inside the museum.


Museum entrance
Inside the museum. This is the first part that you’ll see.
The dark area inside the museum. It’s dark but it’s bright.
Hello Victory Church! Nice venue!
Still inside the museum
Mom’s take
Pink lovers would go crazyyy


More instagrammable corners!


Just near the museum
Even the restroom looks cute
Jeric at the bubble swing
Need companion?
Here I am. Not tall enough for you though. I’m only 5’4″.
Would love to hang out here
This is noted!
Ginger field
Jeane and mom enjoying the swing.
An events place, I think?


Entrance Fee = 50 Php

Operating Hours: 8am – 6pm (Mon-Sun)


How to get there?

Via Commute:
1. Take a bus bound for Tagaytay-Nasugbu.
2. Alight at Brgy. Upli
3. Ride a tricycle to The Gingerbread House.

Via Private Vehicle:
Waze/Google maps: The Gingerbread House

The Gingerbread House Address: Matagbak – Palumlum Rd, Alfonso, Cavite / Metro Tagaytay


Contact Details:

Mobile Number: 0917 630 3124

Facebook Page: The Gingerbread House

Instagram: @gingrbreadhouse


Dea Mariano

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Hey there, I’m Dea! Filipina wanderer, 20-ish, observer, crazy, introverted. It’s quite hard to describe yourself when you know yourself too well that you don’t even know where to start 😅 In case you want to know more about me and this blog, feel free to go here.

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