We had the chance to visit the Museo Pambata years ago but then we had only a few hours available to spend there and along with other kids, we did not manage to maximize the interactive areas. This time for our kids' Sembreak, we decided to go back and it was a Thursday, so we almost had the whole place to ourselves. We get to be with all our kids and surely our youngest enjoyed the most! They had a taste of Old Manila and history at the ground floor, there was a Tranvia, Binondo church model where you can go in, Bahay na bato. Under the sea experience and farming life. The museum caters to many aspects such as science and careers, and importantly awareness for the environment.
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