#WhenInAntipolo: Pinto Art Museum

I always wanted to see this place as I’ve heard that this is a must visit place… So I did. I invited my two friends to go with me on a weekend, to at least roam the most talked about museum in Antipolo, Rizal.

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The white-washed walls are complimented by brown staircase and other minimalist details.

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The most used area of the Pinto Art Museum is the picturesque roof deck.

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This museum becomes a favorite hang out place of millennials because of its picturesque place and it has a different kinds of art from photography, paintings, to contemporary arts, sculptures and art installations by various local artists.

 

HOW TO GET THERE?

Pinto Art Museum is located at 1 Sierra Madre St., Grand Heights, Antipolo, Rizal. Our option is to ride an FX bound for Antipolo then ask the driver to drop you off at Ynares Sports Arena. From there, you can hire a tricycle to get you to museum. BTW, It is open from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM from Tuesday to Sunday.

Once you’ve arrive at the museum, you first have to register, log your name and pay Php 200.00 as entrance fee. Students and senior citizens have discounts provided that they have their ID’s with them. Upon entering the museum, you have to leave your backpacks at the package counter near the entrance, then after that, you can now enjoy roaming around the museum. Take note, no food and pets are allowed inside the Art sanctuary.

For those who seek a day out of the bustling noise in the city, there’s place in Rizal, specifically in Antipolo, where you can appreciate both nature and art.

 

Here’s a glimpse of Pinto Art Museum:

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Sculptures everywhere!

Pinto Art Gallery

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Pinto Museum Art Collection

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Indigenous Arts

There are different collections of Bulul comes from different sizes.

Cafe Rizal

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After feeding our eyes with all the artsy stuff, it’s time to satisfy our hungry stomach at the Pinto Art Museum’s Cafe Rizal.

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The ambiance of the restaurant is superb.

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And lastly thank you to my friends for joining me in this day tour! Love you guys big time!

 

 

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