The U-shaped bahay na bato convent is one of the largest convents built during the Spanish colonial era.On its first floor are stonewalls while wood panels can be found on the second floor. Its dimension is 42 metres (138 ft) by 38 metres (125 ft). It is funded by donations from parishes and missions of the Recollects. Partitions of the convent were removed but the original structure was maintained. It now houses the Siquijor Heritage Museum which has collections of important church relics and paraphernalia.