Hey everyone its me again, today will show you my visit in one of the famous Museum here in Phil. not far here in Manila, you will need lrt train for it 😉 ill put down below how to get there and how much the entrance fee.
So yeah last March 2017 I asked my cousin to come with me in Antipolo (the location of the museum).
To be honest it looks like an old mansion, and its so pretty 😊 there’s a small church and pool. This is my third museum that ive been visited,from all of that this one is my favorite. I felt nostalgic here when I came inside, like there’s a full memories behind this old museum, felt like I wanted to be attached and know more. Im not artsy person but I loved visiting museums, get knowledge and inspire.
There’s a cafe inside of the museum btw, but its a little bit expensive so we ate outside haha.
There’s so much to see here not just the beautiful house,but ofc the paintings,sculptures and different types of filipino art,much more stuff like old filipino things pots,clothes,utensils,musical things and many more.
You should try to visit its all worth it. 👍
HOW TO GET THERE
I will put the easiest way so.
1. Go to Lrt station2 and drop to the last station.
2. There’s a tons of van/fx when you get outside of the station, and tell them to pinto art museum, its only 40 php.
3. And last the van will drop nearest antipolo church, get tricycle and tell to driver to drop you in pinto art. Same as way back too, i hope you’ll get this.
- P250 for regular ticket
- P180 for senior citizens and PWD with valid IDs
- P100 for children and students with proper school IDs
- Free for children below 3 years old
- There’s an entrance fee of P20 for road users for non-residents of Grand Heights. You can park your vehicles on the street right across the museum.