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Hofileña Ancestral House is the residence of the late Manuel Severino Hofileña and his family located in Cinco de Noviembre Street, Silay City, in the province of Negros Occidental, Philippines. The home was built by Hofileña for his wife Gilda Ledesma Hojilla, a former Miss Silay, and their nine...More
Everything comes alive in this museum through the stories of Ramon Hofileña, the owner and tour guide of the museum.
Tell him if you only have an hour or less to spare so that he could tailor-fit his lecture/tour.
At first we went in for a casual visit of Silay City and our tour guide dropped us at this place. Luckily as we went in Don Ramon Hofilena greeted us and introduced himself very energetically.
The place is filled with history with all the...More
This heritage house is a must place to visit. Well kept lived in house and beautifully manicured lawns give you a palapable feeling of nostalgia. The museum is a veritable time travel back to how bacolod royalty lived. The tour guide was also very knowledgeable...More
You can’t miss the imposing lemon-chiffon coloured Spanish Colonial house with the number 14 at Cinco de Noviembre Street. This house dates to 1934 and is occupied and curated by Ramon Hofileña, one of Silay’s most recognizable names . It was a privilege to view...More
3rd museum visited, although the place is not as grand as the previous ones, this one has a unique character, one of the actual owner still resides here. He is very charismatic and has a tasteful art collection. Don't miss the paintings on the second...More
Response from Tiffany S | Reviewed this property |
I'm not exactly sure if you actually need to reserve. We just went there and the guide started touring us. There was another group waiting after our turn, and he immediately accommodated them after our tour ended. Hope this... More
I'm not exactly sure if you actually need to reserve. We just went there and the guide started touring us. There was another group waiting after our turn, and he immediately accommodated them after our tour ended. Hope this helps :)