It is ok even if this place is pulled out from your itinerary . The first floor area of the house isn't properly kept as compared to other family museums I've been to plus the fact that this was the house of the prominent family of Crisologo's. The second floor area is nicer with pictures of where the descendants now reside. All in all the house looks fragile in a sense that even you must exercise a degree of caution. This house witnessed a lot of historical events in our past and must really be showcased to a lot of people but without proper funding this would all go to waste. BTW the housekeepers are really accommodating and nice.
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