It's also a great place to spend a lazy afternoon with the family. The grounds are huge with lots of room for kids to run around in. There's also a lot of native goodies and fruits on sale for light snacking. For heavier fare, you can order from their restaurant.
|Philippine Boiled Peanuts|
|Puzzle Mansion Souvenirs|
|Puzzle Mansion Jeepney|
|pool at puzzle mansion|
Before yesterday, I thought puzzles were restricted to the flat surfaced picture types. There are so many different kinds pala that I never knew existed.
|3D puzzles at puzzle mansion|
This puzzle below is huge, almost covers an entire wall:
|puzzle museum at puzzle mansion|
My personal favorite, crystal 3D puzzles. I wanted to pull off a Winona and pocket the gun metal skull...just kidding.
|crsytal 3d puzzles|
And this puzzle, puzzles me. I can't even fathom how to begin yet alone complete, something this complicated.
Hello, grayscale? You gotta be kidding me.
This is best left for the experts with TONS of patience.
32,000 pieces! Ack, I die.
Once you've got your fill of the museum and find yourself all puzzled out, you can check out the gift store and buy yourself a couple to try your hand at it. There's a huge assortment of rare puzzles for kids and grown ups. I suggest getting one for your kid and leave her to it while you enjoy a warm cup of coffee and quiet time on the veranda outside.
|gift shop at puzzle mansion|
|harley davidson puzzle|
Puzzle Mansion is located on the opposite fork going to Antonio's.
Free entrance to the bed and breakfast but you have to pay P100 to enter the museum which includes a guide and lecture.
For more info, you can visit the Puzzle Mansion on Facebook
ps. a must try is their coconut cream pie
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