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The newly renovated Ayala museum presents fascinating tidbits of education scattered throughout their showpieces. Its accessible location in the middle of a shopping center makes it perfect for a fun day out.
If you’re dreaming of having a National Artist art piece in your home then Ayala Museum is the best place to look. They have these art plates with the popular paintings of artists like
Manansala and Alcuaz. These are collector’s pieces and can go up in value because of the limited run. And you are guaranteed it’s legit because it comes with a certificate.
While you’re at it, you can buy other items for your home too handcrafted by local artists like dining trays, mugs, towels, and even bags.
Check out https://shop.ayalamuseum.org/.
The old reliable. During weekdays, Ayala Museum is almost always a ghost town. There are multiple floors to get lost in, and even if you aren't an art enthusiast, the chilly silence is enough to make the most tired of city folk find solace. The exhibits and displays carry different genres, so there's definitely something to tickle your fancy.
For me, artworks are very relaxing to look at. I've been wanting to go Pinto Art Museum since I saw it online. I love the aesthetic aspect I see online and what more if I really go there. I am hoping to travel there soon.
Whenever you’re in Antipolo, dropping by Pinto Art Museum is a must. Known for housing a variety of artworks, it offers a feast for your eyes with its paintings to sculptures to installations. A friendly tip, an hour is definitely not enough to cover the entire museum and I suggest trying their in house cafe, Café Rizal. ☁️🎨