Dizon Ramos Museum
Dizon Ramos Museum information
Not an essential visit, but worth it if you’re interested in getting a sense of how the upper-middle class lived in Bacolod in the 1950s. Among the artefacts deemed worthy to preserve for posterity are immense collections of naff ceramics, glassware and religious knick-knacks, as well as the dining table set for Sunday dinner.
One block up from here is a magnificent art-deco mansion owned by GV & Sons.