It’s a blessing to live in the Philippines. Despite the hassle, and crazy situations in Metro Manila, our country is rich with a beautiful culture, and breathtaking beaches. While, I have always loved going to the beach, it’s nice to have a change of scenery.
Lately, there’s a museum hidden in Antipolo that’s been trending on the internet. Since it was near from where Lester lives, I asked him if we could visit the museum. From Farmer’s Plaza in Cubao, we rode an FX bound to Antipolo, and asked the driver to drop us off at Ynares Sports Stadium. From there, you can hire a tricycle to get you to Pinto Art Museum.
What I love the most about this museum, is how effortlessly it blends with nature. The curator’s showcase does not stand out by itself, but adapts well to the environment, creating a sophisticated atmosphere.
It’s nice to see the growing interest Filipinos have for arts. I highly suggest you visit Pinto Art Museum, and immense yourself to the artists’ world.
Pinto Art Museum is located at 1 Sierra Madre St. Grand Heights, Antipolo, Rizal. Open hours: 9am-6pm, Tuesdays to Sundays.
- For more information, you can visit their facebook page
- Entrance fee: PHP 180.00 (regular), PHP 150.00 (senior citizen), PHP 100.00 (students with ID), FREE for 3 years old and below.
- There’s an open cafe in the museum