The Jesuit House, or Museo de Parian, can profess to be the most seasoned dated house in the Philippines dependent on a low-alleviation bearing "Año 1730" – an antiquity in itself. In any case, late rebuilding works demonstrate that it could even be more seasoned than that.
JESUIT HOUSE - Cebu
A coin, for instance, which goes back to the Ming Dynasty found covered in a post of the first house has provided the insight that it has experienced times of change and that it was initially claimed by a Chinese family who was one of the early pioneers in the Parian locale. Beside the coin, broken earthenware production uncovered point too to the Ming Dynasty.
The house was covered up for a considerable length of time when the proprietors fabricated an equipment around it. The house itself was kept unblemished and recently filled in as a storage facility.
It was as of late rediscovered and formed into a historical center. At present, the Jesuit House is still situated inside Hotong Hardware, yet is by and by being additionally created. It is situated along Zulueta Street Cebu City, close to the Parian Heritage of Cebu Monument