Pinto Art Museum is a 1.3 hectare lot that houses several modern art by different artists. The entrance looks like a Spanish style adobe house with the signage Pinto Art Museum in stainless steel over it.
Since it was a weekend, we were immediately greeted by a long queue at the ticket booth as we enter. I have noticed that not only the locals visit the museum but also foreigners. 🙂 The museum is open during Tuesday to Sunday from 9AM to 6PM. Please see below for the the entrance fee:
Php 180 – Regular Ticket
Php 150 – Senior Citizen
Php 100 – Students with ID
Free – 3 years old and below
I’ve been in museums before, but this one is very unusual! More of an eclectic art form. A human body that is made of wires, compiled X-ray images of religious icons, statues with so much detail, a bamboo forest room, and a lot more! Even the comfort rooms have too much art in it. Haha! I will not upload every photo that I have taken so that I won’t spoil you. 🙂
The gardens are well maintained, no wonder that Pinto Art Museum is also good for prenup and photo shoots. The galleries have huge windows that allow the cool breeze to get inside and there are also beds everywhere! It was tempting to sleep on the bed because of the cool breeze and relaxing atmosphere.
Since Antipolo City lies in the mountains, you’ll have a wonderful view of Metro Manila too. Then, during at night, you’ll get to enjoy the sight of city lights. In case you want to chill out or eat, they also have a cafe and restaurant inside the venue.