Quezon Memorial Circle, Quezon City
Quezon Heritage House ( ex-situ site)
The Quezon Heritage house was originally located within the residential areas of 7th and 8th Street Gilmore Avenue , Barangay Mariana , New Manila in Quezon City . The house was built on a 3,678-square-meter property where he lived while recovering from tuberculosis before World War II.
ambassador sala set
The lots are registered to Mrs. Zenaida “Nini” Quezon-Avanceña, the late President’s surviving daughter.
Avanceña, now in her 90s, lived in the house for 62 years. She has been living in Ayala Alabang since 2006.The property was rumored to be for sale in 2008 .
The original house had tiles made by prominent Machuca tiles company Website : http://www.machucatile.com/
National Historical Commission of the Philippines ( NHCP) to determine the historical significance of the Quezon Residence which was reportedly purchased in the 1930s as a “summer house” of the affluent Quezon family. The family remembers the house as something ” special ” and “lucky”.
The small pocket garden had Mussaenda philippica variety aurorae
Aurora an endemic Philippine flowering shrub that was found in 1915 in the vicinity of Mt. Makiling, Laguna as a spontaneous mutant of the species Mussaenda philippica variety aurorae was named after the former first lady.
plant box was given as a gift to Doña Aurora Aragon Quezon by the Tapia family
The Quezon City government offered a 700 square meter lot within the Quezon Memorial Circle . The architects and engineers of Quezon City were able to save between 60% to 65% of the original structure .
The house was transferred sometime in 2011 within the Quezon Memorial Circle and will form part of the ambitious plan of a museum complex ( Quezon Heritage House ) ( Quezon Memorial Circle ) and ( Quezon City Museum ) . The Quezon Heritage house was opened last October 2013 as part of the founding celebrations of the city.
intricate grill works – which is a fire escape
I have visited the museum several times during the construction and after its soft opening last October 2013 . I must say that the Quezon City had saved one of the city’s valuable cultural treasures. Although not all heritage advocate will agree with what the city government .
group photo with bloggers , photojournalists
When I was appointed part of the Horticulture 2014 special committee on media and promotion by Mrs. Adoracion S. Bernabe ( PHSI president) , My keen interest about the recent development within area led me to organize a special tour within the Quezon Memorial Circle .
Note’ I would like to ” Thank” the office of Vice Mayor Maria Josefina Belmonte for the accommodation and the curator of the museum .
Museum Operation: Tuesdays to Sunday
Time: 9:00am to 4:00pm