Travel Guide: Exploring Pinto Art Museum

Do you love art? Well, Pinto Art Museum is a place where you can find different kinds of art from photography, paintings, to contemporary arts and much more.

If you want to visit the museum, here’s a quick guide on how to get there and how much budget to expect. 🙂

So, from EDSA Shaw Boulevard, Star Mall-Crossing van terminal, ride a van going to Antipolo then tell the driver to drop you off at the Ynares Sports Arena, fare is at Php 50.00.

From the Ynares Sports Arena, hail a tricycle and ask him to bring you to the Pinto Art Museum. Fare is Php 40.00 – Php 60.00 tricycle. It can accommodate 4 persons.

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.

It can take 2-3 hour for you to fully roam the whole museum, including 5 galleries and a chapel. There are a lot of visitors coming here during weekends, so if you can visit the museum on a weekday, that will be awesome!

















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