Pinto Art Museum, Antipolo

Want a quick getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city? Check out Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo! The place is perfect for those who just wants a leisurely stroll in a park-like/museum setup. And you can get there in less than an hour or so!

How to’s :

  1.  From Cubao, ride a Van/UV Express going    to Antipolo, fare : P50
  2. Dropoff at Antipolo Church
  3.  From there, ride a tricycle to the Museum, fare : P60, 2 persons

Notes :

  • Entrance Fee : Senior / PWD – P180 // Adult – P200
  • Student with valid School ID – P100
  • 3 years old and below – FREE
  • They’ll be handing out a map of the place, the rules and policies along with your ticket/s, and it will be very helpful as the place is huge, all 1.3 hectare all yours to discover and prowl about.
  • Some of the most important rules are as follows :
  • Backpacks are not allowed inside the galleries. It will be required for you to leave it in the baggage area.
  • Slingbags, handbags, pouches and camera bags are okay.
  • No flash photography.
  • No foods allowed inside the galleries, as there are designated cafe’s, restaurants inside the museum.


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It will be advisable to visit it in the morning as it can be crowded by mid to late afternoon since the place is already getting known. Plus when you visit the museum early, you can get decent shots without people on your background since it’s not yet crowded. Have fun!


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