Puzzle Mansion is a museum in Tagaytay, Philippines. It is a collection of 1,028 (and counting) puzzles owned by a retired business woman Mrs. Gina Gil-Lacuna. She was awarded by the Guinness Book of World Records for having the largest collection of puzzles beating the previous record of Brazil. It is located at Purok 4, Cuadra St. Barangay Asisan, Tagaytay City.
While me and my family was in Tagaytay, we were looking for a place to visit and we found this puzzle mansion. At first, we struggle in finding it. Thanks to waze we were able to.
HOW TO GO TO PUZZLE MANSION?
Private Transportation – We actually got help from Waze app. You can take SLEX. Drive along Tagaytay – Nasugbu Highway. Continue driving until Tagaytay Rotunda there’s a “Puzzle Mansion” signage when you reach Maglabe Drive. Turn right and it will lead you to Puzzle Mansion.
Public Transportation – Take any bus going to Tagaytay or Nasugbu, Batanggas. Tell the condoctor to drop you off to Maglabe Drive. From there you can take a tricycle to Puzzle Mansion.
Puzzle Mansion is a family rest house before they turned it into a museum. Parking space will not be a problem. They have a wide area for that.
Here are some of the photos we took from the place. They are collecting Php 100.00 per person for the entrance fee.
It is our first time in a puzzle mansion and we really enjoyed roaming around the place. Their staff is really approachable and friendly in explaining the history of it. They are also kind enough to take photos of us.
Look! They even have 3D puzzle.
I’m not a huge fan of puzzles but I love seeing them in displays. I have a huge respect to those who can make them because it takes much patience to finish all those stuffs. And that’s something that I don’t have. 🙂
It’s also a unique concept for an attraction. I haven’t seen any similar places. Also the mind behind this museum is a woman. A huge respect to that! I would love to go back and visit again.
Here’s the link to their Facebook page for details.
After our Guinness World Record experience, we tried Tagaytay’s famous bulalo.
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