Art Museums in Luzon

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Art Museums in Luzon

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  • Trittle L
    San Andres, Philippines172 contributions
    Went here with my partner and kid, and it's a real treat for some wholesome family fun. Make sure you wear clean socks since it entails a lot of walking over painted floors. Comfortable clothing is also advisable so you can do your most outrageous poses. The 3D-like paintings are really amazing and makes for some marvelous shots. These are authentic artworks by modern artists which provides interactive appreciation of paintings. Who says art has to be boring, right?
    Written 5 August 2022
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  • Armi Lyn
    Quezon City, Philippines32 contributions
    The museum is spacious and the art collections are really great. The location is quiet, safe and has an awesome view of Taal.
    Written 11 March 2022
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  • Ntrekker
    Metuchen, NJ1,022 contributions
    Our cousins brought us here on a Sunday! Very nice but lots of steps. Wide variety of Philippine art and outdoor sculptures. Each location has a theme. I felt proud the Philippines has a world class art exhibit like this. They do have a cafe - Cafe Rizal that is popular with the locals. They run out of ice and other food early though. They need to fix their logistics. Also one negative is parking- you have to park on the residential streets and good thing they have parking attendants to guide you. Good for a quiet contemplative day.
    Written 13 March 2022
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  • Ron DV
    Quezon City, Philippines13 contributions
    Two thumbs up!!! Very good food, a quiet place to relax and unwind, every corner of the place are clean and tidy, my overall experience is awesome! Special thanks to Dr Sonny Viloria and Mr Ugu Bigyan...
    Written 15 March 2021
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  • David B
    Pasay, Philippines153 contributions
    small museum with permanent and ongoing exhibits. love the recently concluded empty chair exhibit. can be explored in an hour
    Written 31 January 2020
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  • Chirag Mehta
    137 contributions
    an Art lover can spend hours in this this location without getting bored. lot of arts and paintings of artists from around the world
    Written 19 June 2019
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  • nita300
    Metro Manila, Philippines315 contributions
    Glad that there's a gallery that shows distinctive art of Filipino artists nowadays (Abueva, Orlina and now Sanso). I read his profile before going to the museum and saw how his artworks transforms throughout his life. It's in their website.
    Written 28 March 2018
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  • Nicolito S
    Las Pinas, Philippines26 contributions
    One time, going back to Manila from Sariaya, we decided to hit one of my “places to visit in Quezon list”.... the Tiaong White house.

    The place was really hard to find. We had to ask several people around Tiaong.
    The entrance from the Main Road, was a dirt road, and there were absolutely no sign boards. I simply “sniffed” around, and wild guessed the several forks in the woody rough roads, until we arrived at the White House.

    The Gentleman Owner and wife was around at the time. They were jolly receptive, and we really enjoyed the chat.

    The place was intentionally “unmarked”. If arrangements for group tours and occasions are made, they will mark the roads with banners and flags.

    As per info, they don’t charge but will accept donations to fund their local charities.
    You will also be required to make an entry in the Guest List notebook.

    The place is in Repair during weekdays. Thus we were lucky to visit on a quite weekend.
    The paint is fading during our visit, but I am sure it will soon revert to its former glory.

    The missus is beautiful, with a big smile for guest. Me and the wife were honored to meet them.

    You will be assisted to climb to the highest viewing deck, where the view of the whole town is breathtaking.

    And yes, the place is surrounded by the curious works of the Dr and Artist.

    We loved the short visit. I suggested they should open a small bar and restaurant and open the place for events and such, also a few rooms for rentals.

    We will re visit every chance we get.

    Written 4 February 2018
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  • Lisa D
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    We were a group of 11 college friends who toured Taal Heritage Town. Our private tour guide, Rose Ilagan met and toured us at the Minor Basilica of St. Martin of Tours. Then we toured the Our Lady of Caysasay Shrine and the Sta. Lucia Well, which unfortunately were both under restoration. We couldnt go inside the Caysasay Shrine, but we could see how they were stripping the yellow paint in order for the original stone and carvings to show. Then we lit candles by the well and wiped ourselves with the healing waters. Then we toured 3 ancestral homes - Apacible, Agoncillo and Galleria Taal.

    Galleria Taal had an extensive collection of over 200 working cameras. That alone is such a treasure. Also interesting were never before seen pictures dated 1700 onwards. Even if you're not a camera buff, the museum is one to see.

    Lunch served at Candida Cafe at Galleria Taal was all of Taal's specialties - native chicken tinola, adobo sa dilaw, tapang Taal, sinaing na tulingan, maliputo, ensaladang talong, minatamis na saging, fried suman tsokoleche, kapeng barako. Everything was really good! Yummy also was the vegetable empanada, which had sotanghon inside.

    For a whole day guided tour with such a sumptuous lunch, we spent P1,000 per person. Money worth spending. Fun and educational at the same time.
    Written 2 April 2022
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  • EndlessTravels
    Greater Melbourne, Australia35,327 contributions
    Home of an amazing contemporary art museum. Always holding interesting and thought provoking exhibitions
    Written 21 January 2018
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  • creativeblox
    Panabo City, Philippines31 contributions
    It’s a small museum but full of unique relics of local tribes many pieces showing the influence of China, Spain and US on the region.

    Recommended for families and couples. The guy was very knowledgeable and spoke English fluently as well as a little Spanish.

    There are a few displays showing headhunting trophies. Lots of tools and pottery. There’s also a great little gift shop right across the entrance with lots of hand made souvenirs. We enjoyed it very much.
    Written 27 October 2019
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  • Neri Ann
    Antipolo City, Philippines19 contributions
    In memory of Carlos 'Botong' Francisco, this place served as a museum and gallery. He was best known because of his works that depicts Philippine History.

    There are paintings, old medals, old pictures, old things like hats, shoes etc.

    Its a bit hot inside, nevertheless there are a lot of great works here. Entrance is free.
    Written 5 December 2018
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  • Pitt Kuan Wah
    Singapore, Singapore769 contributions
    I was attracted by its website but the physical visit has removed some points. The frontage was badly designed, excessively decoration in an uncoordinated manner. The food was so-so except for its sweet potato bread. Not cheap but made up by the good views if lucky enough to sit next to the windows. It is quite meaningless to visit this place for dinner as you can hardly see anything outside. Best to go there for breakfast or afternoon tea,
    Written 1 April 2019
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  • All the staff were friendly. We asked for a tour and the lady (I forgot her name) was very generous with her time to explain and tell us the stories of their exhibits. I would love to take every opportunity to visit every exhibit that they will have. The place is well kept also and all I can say is it was an excellent and an eye-opening experience. A massive thank you!
    Written 17 January 2020
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