VIGAN TRAVEL: Lucy’s Antique Shop Sells Fancy Souvenirs
Vigan is the place to find various antique items perfect for those who fancy antique goods.
Lucy’s Antique Shop, situated along the historical Calle Crisologo, is home to various old items like paintings, house furniture, porcelain plates and vases, and glassware. It is located at the ground floor of the old house of Don Renato Peña and is regarded as the largest souvenir shop and the last remaining antique store in town.
Lucy’s Antique Shop is located along Calle Crisologo
An abundance of antiques is already displayed outside the shop but if you enter further, you will be amazed by the wide inventory of items they offer inside.
Aside from the Vigan souvenirs such as key chains, native bags, and t-shirts, Lucy’s Antique Shop also offers more unusual souvenir items. Here, tourists can get their hands on native products and ancient heirlooms displayed all over the store.
The antique shop also boasts an assortment of life-sized Santo niños or religious sculptures which you can display on the small altars of your homes. There are also wooden decorations and ornaments carved with intricate details.
Sculptures of saints and other religious entities are available at Lucy’s Antique Shop
Other wooden carvings are available outside the shop
A wide collection of paintings made by artists and painters from all over town are also available inside the shop.
Art enthusiasts will surely enjoy looking at these amazing paintings inside the antique shop
Prices of their antique products range from Php 50 to Php 1,000 and up. It is recommended to take your time looking at all the antique items in Lucy’s because you never know when something might catch your interest.
How to get here:
- You can easily spot Lucy’s Antique Shop if you take a stroll along Calle Crisologo. It is located just across Max’s Restaurant before Cafe Leona.
Address: #14 Crisologo St., Heritage Village, Vigan City Ilocos Sur
Business hours: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (Daily)
Contact information: 0917-568-0051
This first appeared in Philippine Primer’s Japanese and English magazine February 2019 issue.
Written by Deneca Ordinanza