Bengson-Yuson Ancestral House

Converted into a heritage museum, the Bengson-Yuson House is the oldest residential house in Lingayen which the descendants of Antonio Bengson and Soterana Yuson donated to the Provincial Government of Pangasinan and has since been preserved and maintained by the staff of the Provincial Tourism and Cultural Affairs Office. The museum features utensils and furniture commonly used during the Spanish Regime, as well as various pictures of the Bengson-Yuson family throughout the years. Artworks by Romeo Mananquil, the renowned artist behind the P1000 and P20 designs, are also displayed within the museum. The dresses of previous winners of the Limgas na Pangasinan pageant are also displayed in one of the museum’s rooms.

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