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The Lopez Heritage House or Mansion de Lopez ("Nelly's Gardens") is a national heritage house built in 1928 by an Ilonggo statesman Don Vicente Lopez and his wife, Doña Elena Hofileña. The house is in Beaux-Arts style and exhibits the extravagant lifestyle of Iloilo's most...More
This review is for the garden wedding that I attended. Upon arrival before sunset, I was wondering how to enter as the gates were closed. The driver decided to blow the car horn and the guard opened the gate. One gate is exclusively for entry,...More
One of Iloilo City's national historical landmark, this mansion owned by the Lopez clan was built in 1928 and is located in the Jaro district of the city. It may not not be as old as the other ancestral houses in town, but this mansion...More
Fee is reasonable for the quality of information and impressive architecture. Definitely a must for those who appreciate history and heritage and the tour by Ma Lucia Cachuela is A+. I totally respect their request for not taking pictures indoors since the family resides here...More
Huge mansion, beautiful garden. An eye-catcher to everyone that passed by. Entrance is with fee but not all are allowed to enter. Have to make a booking or no entry at all. We were just getting the glimpse of this palatial house of the Lopezes...More
indeed, the Lopezes is one of the most affluent families ever to exist in the Philippines; and this house is only one of the many houses that they have.
the Nelly Garden is accessible through E. Lopez St., or some may prefer to call it...More
I went there last time. This house is owned by one of the country's richest family, the Lopez. Planning to visit, prepare 100 pesos per person and 1000 pesos to see inside the old house. This is best for wedding receptions, very romantic!