Welcome to

Syquia Mansion

Every place has its own story. This Mansion has a most interesting one, a saga that spans many generations and continues to be told.

Mephistopheles

This small statue is believed to be a demon. Discover more interesting stories at the Syquia Mansion.

The Bronze
Hand Knocker

The hand knocker is thought to be a symbol of the Hand of Fatima, a talisman to protect occupants from evil. See more of Syquia Mansion’s unique antique collection.

Four Wheel
Carroza

The four wheel carroza or carriage that was part of Estefania Angco’s dowry upon her marriage to Gregorio Syquia in 1875 is the English-made “Park Phaeton.”

Welcome to

Syquia Mansion

Every place has its own story. This Mansion has a most interesting one, a saga that spans many generations and continues to be told.

Mephistopheles

This small statue is believed to be a demon. Discover more interesting stories at the Syquia Mansion.

The Bronze
Hand Knocker

The hand knocker is thought to be a symbol of the Hand of Fatima, a talisman to protect occupants from evil. See more of Syquia Mansion’s unique antique collection.

Four Wheel
Carroza

The four wheel carroza or carriage that was part of Estefania Angco’s dowry upon her marriage to Gregorio Syquia in 1875 is the English-made “Park Phaeton.”

Our History

The story of this house is interwoven with the experiences of its occupants. The house proclaims its rich heritage through a marriage of local and global influences that mirror the growth of a proud people and their nation.

Our History

The story of this house is interwoven with the experiences of its occupants. The house proclaims its rich heritage through a marriage of local and global influences that mirror the growth of a proud people and their nation.

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Our History

The story of this house is interwoven with the stories of its occupants. The house proclaims not only affluence (by marriage and enterprise) but also a marriage between local and global influences.

What our visitors say about their experience

  • It’s a treasure inside the Syquia mansion, and I’m glad that its well-guarded and the curator and care taker are very strict, there are items that are not available to be photographed, because some items are rare and they don’t want it to be replicated by antique smugglers.

    Azrael Deasis Coladilla
  • What I learned from the short tour is enough to make me feel nostalgic.

    Micaela Rodriguez
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