HCS-Y Heritage Tour: The Santos-Andres House in Antipolo

Posted: June 10, 2014 in Heritage Conservation Society Youth, Trips, Trips, Visits, and Explorations, Visits

The tour was held on April 6, 2014

This blog has been long overdue. I keep telling myself since the very moment that I joined the Heritage Conservation Society Youth, that I would be blogging all the trips and activities that I will be participating in. Two months passed and this will only be my first entry. 🙂 

More pictures available in this FB album:

HCS-Y Heritage Tour: The Santos-Andres House in Antipolo


The family members of Roman Santos, who originally lived in Navotas build their home in 1917. The heirs of Don Roman Santos decided to have the house literally transferred to Antipolo City. 

I got the chance to join this exclusive trip again. Thanks to my friends in the Heritage Conservation Society Youth. If there are inanimate creations that I could fall in love with, this house has got to be one of them. 🙂 #HCSY #fortheloveofheritage

According to Sir Vic Roman Santos, this “santo” has two heads. The other one depicts a sad and a face in pain


I wonder how elegant you’d feel if you did a number one in here?

And here are some of the treats that Sir Vic Roman-Santos shared to us: 


Sir Roman Santos points at the kid’s name tag as he tells the story of one of his family members who share the same name as the kid’s – Joaquin.

  1. Renee says:

    Hi I wanna know who is the contact person at the Santos Andres house? I wanna visit for a school project. Help please 🙂

  2. Jec says:

    Hi Renee,

    Sir Vic Roman Santos takes care of the heritage house. Unfortunately, he only caters private tours. I will get back to you once i got the info you are asking for from the Heritage Conservation Society Youth..

  3. Hi, can I ask who is the contact person at Santos-Andres house? Our film production want to visit there for our Short film shooting location. Please reply 🙂 Thanks!

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