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The Mansion, Baguio

(2.8/5 based on 260+ 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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  • We weren't allowed anywhere near the mansion itself so we were stuck near the gates which didn't offer anything else than a big THE MANSION and a few blooming flowers surrounding. It was okay but I ex...  more »
  • A few clicks here and there then youre done. This is not an awesome place to visit. You are only allowed to enter the gate area only. But you cant go inside the mansion at all. Its for FREE  more »
  • This place is always included in the places to visit when in Baguio. Its a good thing that the premises and the Mansion its self is well maintained . It helps that visitors are just restricted to take...  more »
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  • Never get a chance to get inside but still a good place to prove that you went to Baguio with a photo on this part of the city. Quite different with Malacanang sa Sugbo which was also the Cebuano version of the President's residence. This one looks like more of a residence of a president outside Malacanang Palace.
  • One of the tourists spots in Baguio. Not recommending it though if you're on a tight schedule. The gate, building and the signange is really all that it is.
  • Nice for picture taking..
  • Nice building for outside. Was here in 2014. Nice view.
  • Had an opportunity to visit this place and to take pictures. I was hoping we go in further.