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Visit These 9 Ancestral Homes That Are Experiencing A New Lease On Life

Steeped in history, these ancestral homes are now accessible to the public as museums, restaurants and inns


Every special place has a story that will take you to its roots. Historical landmarks serve as a point of learning—carrying anecdotes of important people, events, and artifacts that are part of the foundation of our nation from the very beginning. 


At present, such spots have been successfully interwoven with the modern world without taking out the traces of the past. Take, for instance, ancestral homes that were converted into museums, restaurants, and bed and breakfasts. By utilizing these spaces to welcome visitors, people can bask, marvel, and enjoy the setting and stories of the olden days.






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If you haven’t gone to one, there’s a number of places that are within driving distance from Manila. Whether you have time for a quick lunch and tour or spend a day or two, here are nine ancestral homes to visit for quick exploration of the past.


Check them out in the gallery below:


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