When you’ve successfully acquired that vacation house for sale in Tagaytay that you’ve been eyeing, the next thing you’re probably going to do is move into that magnificent house. There are many things to do within the confines of your home and Tagaytay Highlands itself, but sometimes a trek out to other places is also a good idea.
For those with creative minds, why not try visiting some of the local museums available?
This place reflects the art and the life of Ramon Orlina. In this modern four story building, Orlina’s majestic glass art is featured together with his art-friends’ works. Aside from the displays of art, there is also an amphitheater for presentations or musical performances, photographs on display that document his works, a piano on the second floor, and even Orlina’s collection of toy cars and his collection of hand painted vintage cars. The museum’s four floors are galleries named after his children. The first floor, which is the reception area and a space for changing displays is called Naesa; the second floor where is glass sculptures are on display is called Ningning; the third floor holds photographs of Orlina’s works is caleld Anna; and the fourth floor which is a roofdeck cafe is called Michael. Here, you’ll be able to see and appreciate his glass sculptures that look like frozen water. These glass pieces are made from surplus, waste, or excess glass from many industrial sources. Aside from photographs and glass pieces, there are also art made from metal displayed around.
If you’re the type who likes solving things, then maybe this museum is just for you. This museum is the personal collection of one woman, Georgia Gil-Lacuna. She went around the world for twenty eight years and still managed to maintain the entire collection. There are so many puzzles in that house that Guinness World Records even acknowledged it, and nobody has beaten it until today. There are pieces about absolutely anything such as butterflies, underwater images, horses, even religious images, to classical pieces of art. A puzzle version of the Mona Lisa can be found there, and also an aerial view of the City of Paris, the City of Tokyo, and many more. There are even some pretty impressive 4D puzzles that will make you feel like you could get in there. And the place doesn’t just offer a huge collection of beautiful puzzle pieces, but there’s also food, too! There are coco cream pies, ube, and different kinds of brownies that will surely hit the right spot if you get hungry looking at all the puzzles.
Aside from these beautiful places, why not try roaming around to other places too? Tagaytay is jam-packed with hotspots where once can relax and unwind from the stresses of everday life, after all.