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The wealth of ancestral homes in Silay City that have been turned into walk-through museums provide an important avenue to understanding the way of life of the early sugar barons, and the physical form that it took. The architecture (completed 1908) alone is often interesting,...More
This is one of the old houses found along the main stree of Silay City, noted of the intricacies of its designs and certified by the government as part of the city'a culture and arts. Like the Balay. Negrense, it showcased the classic taste of...More
The pink mansion is not the nicest in Silay but because of the guide who is in charge of the visit, it’s for sure the best one. Thanks to him we learned many interesting things, often said in a funny way. Don’t miss the Bernardino...More
1st of the 3 museums visited, compared to other guides, this guy knows his stuff and engages his audience, thus it was fun learning, gave us definitve differences compared to other museums, i like the provision of abaniko, whilst on tour not only because its...More
Second best ancestral home in Silay. Well maintained. A bit darker inside compared to Gaston house. During the old days, ice used to come from the United States and would cost about P5000 a kilo in today's money. Imagine that.
One of the must see attraction in Silay is the Bernardino Jalandino Museum. You will be greeted by their caretakers dressed in saya, pay the entrance fee and off you go for about 45 minutes to 1 hour guided tour.
It's amazing they preserved the...More