Information about FVR Ancestral House
FVR Ancestral House
FVR Ancestral House is a replica of the residence of former Philippine president Fidel V. Ramos, who grew up in the original structure along with his two sisters. Their first home was destroyed during World War II. The one that stands today was constructed in 1995 by the Ramos Foundation. And it is believed that it is the exact spot of the family house of Narciso Ramos, his wife Angela Valdez, and their children Fidel, Leticia, and Gloria.
Inside the property, you'll find a historical marker that provides a quick insight into the Ramos family's history. It sits on one side of a green lawn surrounded by plants and flowers. Family memorabilia are also displayed in the rooms and halls of the house. Among the most notable memorabilia is a portrait of Fidel during his term as the Philippines' president from June 1992 to 1998.
Best time to visit
The FVR Ancestral House can be visited any time of the year, but it's best to go here during the dry months (December to May), so you can get a better look at the house's exterior.