December 11, 2016
The day after we visited Philippine National Museum in Manila, seemed like I am craving for more artworks. I would still like to visit other National Museums. I started to search one until Pinto Art Museum caught my attention on the Facebook feeds.
There’s this one artwork that I saw online, the Swim Bike Run work of art.
I immediately relayed the information to Rick since we are somehow both sports enthusiasts.
We visited this place until we got a chance to explore Pinto Art Museum. We got off to Antipolo Church.
Since it was Sunday afternoon when we arrived, we decided to attend a mass first. After hearing a mass, we went up to the altar of Mama Mary to touch her dress, pray for a moment and ask for guidance and blessings.
We took tricycle to bring us to the Pinto Art Museum. We paid our entrance fee and left our bags to the baggage counter.
They gave us a map and followed it.
The place was like it brought me to the other side of the world. There’s a touch of Santorini that made it more pleasant and peaceful.
There were some couches and chairs too.
I was really overwhelmed and excited to see and explore all masterpieces. I didn’t know all the persons behind those artworks but I really admired them. I loved their ideas and their talent. Rick is also good in art but in a different perspective.
Here’s my most favorite Work of Arts among all masterpices that I have seen. I mean all of them are perfect but here are my top picks.
Rules and Policies for Visiting Pinto Art Museum
- Admission Fee
- Adult – P200
- Senior Citizen/PWD – 180
- Student with valid school ID – 100
- 8 yrs. old below – FREE
- All bags are subject to Security inspection
- All backpacks are not allowed inside the galleries
- Artworks / Sculptures
- Touching and leaning on the artworks are prohibited
- Mobility Access
- Persons with disability are requested to seek assistance from our museum staff to access the Museum PWD entrance
- The management is always conscious of your safety, but due to the natural terrain of the Museum, all persons with disability and children must all times be accompanied by a responsible person.
- Ladies (are suggested to wear flat shoes and slippers)
- Cameras and cellphones
- No flash photography is allowed inside the museum
- Pictures for personal use is permitted but no video shoot is not allowed inside the galleries
- Food and Drinks
- Food and drinks cannot be brought inside the galleries
- No changing of clothes and no props allowed inside the premises
- No smoking
- Cigarettes or E-cigarettes are not permitted anywhere in the Museum premises.
- No pets
- Pets are not allowed inside the Museum
- School Project
- Students must submit a Letter of Proposal or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for approval.
Here are some important details that may help you on your trip:
- Pinto Art Museum is located at the Silangan Gardens, #1 Sierra Madre Street, Grand Heights, Antipolo City.
- If you’re commuting to Pinto Art Museum, take a jeepney bound for Antipolo (look for jeepney signages such as Antipolo-Simbahan-Junction, or Antipolo-Shopwise), Tanay (Tanay-Antipolo), or Teresa, and get off at Ynares Center. Take a tricycle from there to take you to Pinto Art Museum.
- If you’re driving to Pinto Art Museum, take Ortigas Extension, passing by Cainta-Junction, then Tikling (take the uphill road bound for Antipolo). When you reach Ynares Center, take a right to a hill, and follow the road to Grand Heights.
- Pinto Art Museum’s business hours: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM from Tuesdays to Sundays Closed on Mondays.
- Strictly OBSERVE museum rules.
- Take time to look at the art pieces. Don’t rush.
- Thank you Rick (S.O.) for accompanying me on this ultimate art experience.
It was a well spent weekend with my only love. Another awesome trip again. Pinto Art Museum served as an open door for everyone’s heart especially to the new generation of arts enthusiasts.
Photo credits: Omplongz dela Paz