Recommendation by Patricia Celerio
All fun and interactive displays about the rich biological and geological diversity in the Philippines can be found in this museum. From our extraordinary ecosystems to our amazing marine reefs, and many more!
Open today: 10:00-17:00
Operating hoursHolidays may affect opening times
Teodoro F. Valencia Circle, Ermita, Manila, 1000 Metro Manila, Philippines
2 months ago
If you want to know more about our country, I guess you should visit this museum! If you want to have your me time, the museum is less crowded on weekdays. Here, you may appreciate different forms of art and take pictures.
6 months ago
Its a place where you can go with your friends and classmates! You will get to go around on a six-storey building! If you love going to museums its a must to visit here!! There is no entrance fee and welcome to every tourists! You will also discover how rich the biological and geological diversity of the Philippines!!! Its very exciting to see different species of animals and plants!!
7 months ago
Honestly this is one of the best museums in the country in terms of aesthetics — no different from the facade and beams of other museums in Asia. Not to mention there are interactive sections where you can draw, watch, and interact with the displays.
8 months ago
If spending an afternoon in a beautiful building filled with 5 floors of some animal skeletons & taxidermy, interactive dioramas, and thousands of art pieces...without having to actually spend on an admission ticket nor parking isn’t enough to convince you to pay this museum a visit. Maybe a preserved skeleton or skin of a 1,075kg saltwater crocodile, or a preserved skeleton of a 43-foot Marinduque sperm whale will? In addition to the aforementioned displays, is the Tree of Life steel structure that houses the elevator and was designed by Dominic Galicia and Tina Periquet. Along with the elevator, the building also has a ramp that goes up each floor, making the museum accessible to those in wheelchairs. During the pandemic, they only allow 100 fully vaccinated guests maximum per 3 hour batches (9AM-12PM and 1PM-4PM). In each section, guards are monitor every guest’s movements in terms of proper safety protocols. They make sure no one’s experience is ruined by someone incorrectly wearing a mask or not wearing a mask at all. My friends and I left definitely more appreciative of our country’s rich and diverse flora and fauna. Most people only get to read about it in history books, and some of us are lucky enough to see some of these plants and animals on beach or forest trips. It was exciting that we got to see all kinds of creatures, even the extinct and endangered ones all in one place.
17 days ago
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.
18 days ago
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. ☁️🎨
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