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My first visit here was in 2015 and it was an enriching experience then. This second visit was even better. They have added new sections which are all interesting. The place was still well-maintained. The cafe has good ambiance and food is delicious. We definitely...More
LOVE this place. The art work is phenomenal and it is a perfect place for photo shoots. I wish I had brought my canon 5D! There are some sections are a bit scary but hey art is very subjective. You definitely have to stay until...More
I went on Sunday morning and left my hotel in Taguig early (8:30 AM) by taxi to arrive early. That was worth it, it was not crowded as I have read in some reviews. The ride took about 40 minutes, and then I spent 3...More
I’ve been planning to visit Pinto Art Museum for ages—it finally happened today.
a.) It took us less than 30 minutes to drive from E. Amang Rodriguez Pasig on a Sunday morning. Place is waze-able, inside a Subdivision. Parking rate is at Php 20. Parallel/...More
Pinto Art Museum is an art haven, hiding at a private subdivision in Antipolo City. But it's not a secret anymore, with its wide 1.3 hectare, it comprises of several arts for art lovers and enthusiasts like me. I consider myself as an art enthusiast...More
To make it short: we loved this place very much. For a foreigner living it is a great place to learn about the huge variety of art the Philippines has to offer. Wether its old and indigenous or professional modern and classic art or more...More