Big part of social media nowadays is the booming destination of the so-called #feedgoals for the millennial. Let’s face the fact, most of the users of Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are millennials! What I love being part of this generation is the enthusiasm to explore and to travel. To look for new places, meet new people and be lost.
Having said that, one of the top tourist spot you shouldn’t miss when you go to Antipolo City is the Pinto Art Museum. Pinto Art is perfect for your #Feedgoals (again) and it offers variety of collective artworks which conveys different stories.
By the way, this is my second visit to Pinto Art, first was, when I celebrated my birthday last January.
Pinto Art Museum is located at #1 Sierra Madre St. Grand Heights, Antipolo City, Rizal, Philippines.
A BACKGROUNDER OF THE MUSEUM
Owned by neurologist, Dr. Joven Cuanang MD. Aside from Medical Profession, he is also a man with deep passion for Filipino Arts. Through the years Dr. Cuanang collected paintings and sculptures and preserved it in his museum as a way of educating and exposing Filipino art to the people.
The iconic stair way to heaven of Pinto Art Musuem LoL. You always see this when you look for hashtag #PintoArt (Photography by Jeanda Conopio after process by yours trully.)
Here are the shots from my Pinto Art Museum escapade
Oct. 31, 2016
Here’s my picture with my friends taken last January, celebrating my birthday! 🙂
PINTO ART MUSEUM
#1 Sierra Madre Street, Grand Heights, Antipolo City, Rizal, Philippines
Contact Number: Phone: (02) 697-1015
Schedule: Open every Tue-Sun 9am-6pm
200Php for regular ticket
150Php for senior citizens and PWD with valid IDs
100Php for children and students with school IDs
NOTE: NO Food, NO Pets, NO Smoking, NO Changing Clothes allowed inside the
- PHP 7,000 for Upper Garden, Lower Garden and Indigenous Arts
- PHP 15,000 for Upper Garden, Lower Garden, Indigenous Art Museum and the new wing museum indoor.
- Inclusive of 5 hours shoot (in excess PHP 750 per hour)
- Inclusive of 5 pax (in excess PHP 300 per head)
- With preparation room (non-aircondition)
- Preparation room with air-condition — additional PHP 500 for 5 hours (in excess PHP 100 per hour)
DIRECTIONS TO PINTO ART
From Aurora Blvd/ LRT Cubao Station (Commute)
-Take a jeepney from LRT Cubao to Antipolo Church (With Antipolo Simbahan Hi-way placard) 30Php per person.
-Once at Antipolo Church, take a tricycle going to Pinto Art Museum. 20Php per person.
From SM Mega Mall (Commute)
-Take FX ride with Antipolo Simbahan Junction placard and go to Antipolo Church.
-Once at Antipolo Church, take a tricycle ride going to Pinto Art Museum.
With Private Vehicles
-Use Google maps, Maps.Me or Waze apps.
-Drive to Antipolo until you reach the Ynares Center.
-Drive straight ahead in L. Sumulong Memorial Circle and turn right to Grand Heights Road.
-Grand Heights Subdivision requires each private vehicle to pay entrance fee of 20Php.
-The museum is located near the entrance gate of Grand Heights.
TIPS FROM MY PINTO ART EXPERIENCED
1. Wear comfortable clothes or bring extra shirt.
2. 1 day is not enough. I suggest visit the museum twice or thrice.
3. Bring powerbank. You need this for your #feedgoals.
4. Don’t go on weekends and holidays because expect big number of people during these days.
Hope it helps! 😁😁😁
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