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Syquia Mansion, Vigan

(3.9/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
A part Vigan's World Heritage-listed town, Syquia Mansion represents a combination of past and present, as well as art and practicality. See the historical residence of a family of high-ranking politicians, and learn about their lives through a tour around the site. Across its two levels the museum displays numerous artifacts and opulent furnishings. Reflect on the renowned works of art throughout, while hearing about local history and its course. Finish your visit by stopping in the gift shop for some souvenirs. With our world travel planner, Vigan attractions like Syquia Mansion can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • This is a free museum, so we tried it and we were a,aged to see old furniture, old utensils used by our forefathers. Parking is a challenge so just walk around the area. 
  • A large two-storey mansion was owned by the wife of Elpidio Rivera Quirino, former President of the Philippines. The first floor is made of stone, the second from a tree. A wide wooden staircase leads upstairs. On the second floor of a courtyard, and on the outer perimeter of the second floor goes a narrow corridor, thereby the room separate from the outside world by two walls. Antique carved wooden furniture. At the bottom of the "garage" for horse crew.
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  • I loved it sooo much! There is something that enriches me within when I see heritage places. Could be the old air that circulates the mansion but it's really refreshing. The experience is so memorable...  more »
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  • Nice place to see how the provincial elite used to live. Lots of traditional Filipino wooden furniture, old paintings, and interior colonial architecture. If you can find the caretaker named Rusty, ask him to tell you stories of the benevolent ghosts that inhabit the house. :)
  • Great tour and beautiful paintings.
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