Its the old home of the Crisologo political family. The caretakers have assembled the personal effects of the Congressman Floro Crisologo who was murdered in the nearby cathedral in October 1970. The rusting pink Chevorlet Bel-Air that Governor Crisologo was in when she was ambushed is also on display. There are much better museums than this but it is evident that the Crisologo family and their staff are doing their best to keep this mansion open to the public without external funding. It is worth the visit, and it is worth donating to because it is one of the few truly functional houses in Vigan, where tourists can walk through and get a feel for the lifestyle of people who occupied this mansion in the 19th and 20th centuries.
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