PINTO ART MUSEUM

Located at 1 Sierra Madre St., Grand Heights Rd, Antipolo, Rizal is a popular bonding place among couples and group of friends who are looking for some fun adventure outside the over polluted and over populated Metro Manila.

Showcasing the best of Filipino arts and serving delicious foods at the same time; the Pinto Museum is a groufie (or selfie) worthy spot.

You’ll be overwhelmed by the huge number of Anito sculptures in this museum.
Told ‘yall. Anitos everywhere!!
One of my most favourite!
WALANG IWANAN / HATING KAPATID

Me and my friends went here on a Sunday and the fee is around 200php. I’m not sure if that’s the weekend rate because I thought it is only a little over 160php. Bags are allowed except for backpacks; I’m not sure why probably because there’s a tendency you’ll accidentally hit the displays if you move around.

There’s also a cafe/restaurant inside although it’s a little bit pricey. So if you don’t feel like spending too much on foods; eat a lot before going inside or might as well resist that hunger since there are plenty of cheap restaurants waiting for you outside.

What I like about Pinto is that, most rooms are well ventilated. You can also lay down on the sofa and rest if you’re tired of walking.

The Pinto Art Museum is open from Tuesday-Sunday, 9 AM — 6 PM.

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