After being just at home for more than a month recovering from my surgery, I am now singing a happy song because I could finally go out again!
Remember the mini field trips my little boy and I usually had during weekends? It had been almost five months since we last went out for an educational trip and how I missed those dates! So yesterday, since I am now having a blissful pregnancy, my husband and I scheduled a trip where we could show the boy a good representation of modern art, we took Kyle to this stunning museum, The Pinto Art Museum.
The Pinto Art Museum is within a subdivision in Antipolo that you wouldn’t really think would house such gorgeous treasures showcasing Filipino’s ingenuity in the field of art. It is located in #1 Sierra Madre Street, Grand Heights, a quiet hillside subdivision surrounded by thick greens.
The architecture of the museum is simply gorgeous. The museum director and artist Antonio Leaño integrated earthly elements in the design, and used high ceilings with strategically located windows allowing natural light to come in.
We had a great time exploring the museum and its spacious garden that allowed us to just spend time together, and slow down the moment.
Since the malls are too crowded these days, find time to take your kids to Pinto Art Museum this Christmas break, they might enjoy the place, too!
Contact Numbers: (+63) 2.697.1015
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesdays – Sundays-9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Adult – 150 pesos
Senior Citizen – 120 pesos
Student – 75 pesos