The Puzzle Mansion

January 22, 2017



The Puzzle Mansion is located at Cuadra Street, Brgy Asisan, Tagaytay City. It is one of the most visited attraction here in Tagaytay. It is a modern museum of various puzzles made by the late Georgina Gil-Lacuna.


Entrance fee: 100.00 pesos only


Literally, there are so many puzzles and it looks like a painting exhibit! It is amazing.

There is a written information on the side of each painting like where it came from and how many hours she took to make it.



Literally, there are so many puzzles and it looks like a painting exhibit! It is amazing.

There is a written information on the side of each painting like where it came from and how many hours she took to make it.




This puzzle is really a huge one! It is displayed near the entrance. It really looks like a painting to me. She is also recognized by Guinness World Records with the largest collection of jigsaw puzzles on the 29th of November 2012.


This is my favorite part here in the museum, the 3D puzzle buildings. These are the different infrastructures or attractions from all around the world.



The souvenir shop is upstairs. They sell various puzzles and other souvenirs as well.



You can also see the first and second biggest puzzle in the world upstairs. It is recognized by the Guinness World Records.



So before I forgot, here are the directions on how to get here:

Commute: Take the bus going to Nasubu/Lian, just tell the bus driver that you are going to the Puzzle Mansion. Most of them know that already. Then, take the tricycle. It costs 60.00 pesos because it’s a bit far from the highway.

With car: Just take the highway going to Nasugbu. You can see the sign along the highway.

It is a nice experience with my ladies. I can say that the owner really poured out her passion in making this collection.

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