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The Mansion, Baguio

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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2.7/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
The ornate iron gate and neatly trimmed grass of the president’s summer house, The Mansion, will instantly capture your attention. The villa was built in 1908 in the Spanish Colonial Revival style, with its rustic aesthetic having survived a couple of restorations. While some areas remain restricted, the villa contains a museum open to the public, displaying presidential memorabilia and artworks collected over the years. Take a walk along the pine tree promenade in the park across the street, where you’ll find souvenir shops and the opportunity to go on a horse ride. Our Baguio tourist route planner makes visiting The Mansion and other Baguio attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • It's my 2nd trip to Baguio and this place was still the same. And my 1st visit was last 2011. The guards are a little bit stingy and doesn't have a few information about the place. Because we went the...  read more »
  • The Mansion is the Summer Palace for the Presidents of the country. It was built to house the highest officer of the government during his visit to Baguio during the hot months of the year. There are ...  read more »
  • I liked that the military keeps the place organized and clean. And I appreciated that the military guards were friendly and accommodating. Even though you only came for a photo, it was worth the visit...  read more »
  • Had an opportunity to visit this place and to take pictures. I was hoping we go in further.
  • one of the best memories our family could have
  • Its really nice to see the mansion house my father always went there to take some pictures.
  • Stunning sight..
  • Im here
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