Tourists looking for something unique to do in Tagaytay may enjoy a visit to the Puzzle Mansion; a popular destination among those visiting Tagaytay with kids, as well as puzzle enthusiasts. Housing a collection of over 1000 puzzles, the owner of this establishment, Gina Gil-Lacuna is the Guinness World Record holder for the largest collection of puzzles in the world. Visitors will be amazed to know that the puzzles here are not simple ones and that most of them are patterned after famous historical paintings. Apart from this impressive and unique museum, the owner also runs a bed and breakfast, known for its amazing coconut cream pie.
Monday-Friday 7am-7pm Saturday-Sunday 7am-8pm
Around half an hour or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The biggest puzzle, comprising of 18000 pieces
The Puzzle Mansion does not have prayer rooms within its premises, and Muslim tourists requiring prayer facilities will also not be able to find any mosques in the city of Tagaytay. Muslim visitors will therefore have to return to their hotel rooms at prayer time, or find a clean and quiet area to offer their prayers. Tourists visiting Puzzle Mansion could ask the staff to direct them to a suitable area within its premises if necessary.
Since Puzzle Mansion is also a bed and breakfast, visitors wanting to get a bite to eat will be able to do so here. Muslim visitors will however find this establishment is not Halal certified. The coconut cream pie served here is one of the popular desserts that come highly recommended. Those choosing to indulge in this delicious dessert will have to ascertain its ingredients are all Halal.