Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo City
Are you that type of person who’s into artworks, Aesthetics, and Nature? Pinto Art is the answer for you! Located at 1 Sierra Madre St, Subdivision, Antipolo, 1870 Rizal, you will reach this aesthetically pleasing destination. Dr. Joven Cuanang, the former director of St. Lukes Medical Center, owns the museum. In the 1960s, he started to like arts and began collecting small artworks in the 1900s. Pinto Art Museum is open from Tuesday to Sundays from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM only.
There is an entrance fee going to the Museum. For a regular rate, it costs PHP200. If you’re a student, it costs PHP 100 just don’t forget to bring your school ID because you’re going to present it. If you’re a senior citizen, it costs PHP 180, just don’t forget your ID too.
Pinto Art Museum is the biggest museum I’ve been to in the Philippines. The museum is divided into different galleries and each gallery has its own theme. Take your time exploring; reading, and appreciating each artwork because you got all the time in the world and trust me, you won’t regret it. There’s a coffee shop inside the Museum if you like to rest and grab something to eat or drink.
If you’re the type of person who likes to take pictures like me, I highly recommend Pinto Art Museum. There is beauty everywhere and every corner you go deserves in your Instagram feed. The interior of the place began to attract the people especially the youth. The museum is top 23 in of the 25 most Instagrammed museums in the world via ArtNet.
If you’re planning to go here, I suggest you wear something that isn’t long sleeves because the place is an open area and it can be really hot. You don’t want to sweat and ruin your photos, right?
Pinto Art Museum is a place where you can unwind, relax, appreciate the beauty of art and enjoy the scenic beauty of the place.
I visited the Pinto Art Museum for the second time and I’m still looking forward to visit it again anytime soon!
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