Posting an outdated blog from May 2015, details might have changed already but I still hope this helps someone’s itinerary.
Malacañang of the North is located at Paoay, Ilocos Norte which used to house the Marcos family. The house is well-maintained, judging by its mint condition. Should be worth including in your list of sights to see if you pass by Ilocos.
They require an entrance fee of (around) P30.00/head. At the entrance, you’ll be welcomed by a grand staircase and the living room.
The house is well-ventilated with an open design. Must be the weather, as it could be very humid in Ilocos especially during summer season.
It somehow represents the lavish lifestyle of the Marcoses. From the chandeliers, furniture, designs and paintings to name a few.
The rooms are open for viewing too, each opens up to large window views with the master bedroom facing the lake.
Former President Marcos’ office is also open for public viewing (this one is air-conditioned). There’s also a mini museum inside, which could be very informative for kids and adults too.
The backyard opens up to a large patio surrounded by lush garden and the serene view of the Paoay lake.
Our visit was brief since there’s a big group of tourists during our visit. But I recommend this place especially if you’re into history.
A minor note that it also has a clean and functional toilet, if this information helps.
Again, details may have changed from current time as travel transpired last May 2015.