I have been wanting to visit this place. Been reading a lot of blogs about Pinto Art Museum and as an Artist and an art lover this is a “must” place to visit.
Pinto Art Museum is located in the heart of Antipolo City, it features a collection of paintings, sculptures, modern art pieces and a lot of interesting masterpiece which has different messages and stories.
Pinto Art Museum has this Mediterranean country style structures, believe me or not I thought this place is just a 30 mins tour or so, I even thought that is just a small place. I was shocked that this is a huge property with different kinds of masterpiece located in many different buildings. Well, it almost take us the whole day to check the whole place. That includes a lot of photo session already.
There are stairs, in and out each galleries, akala ko after this one gallery yun na!!!Di pa pala marami pa. The place is not air conditioned, so make sure you wear comfortable clothes and even a comfortable footwear, dahil lakad dito, doon ang peg dito bes.
P.S: If you’re the kind of person that’s always getting bitten by bugs like me, I recommend to bring a bug repellent.
Pinto Art Museum involves a lot of walking, from there to here walk and walk…but don’t worry because there are plenty of corners where you can rest your tired feet. If your phone is out of battery there are a lot of places where you can charge your phone. (But of course make sure to ask permissions first)
Where To Eat?
There is a restaurant inside the museum however, the price is a bit expensive, but though its a bit costly expect a dish to be so delicious and serve like your in a very expensive resto in Italy :)
How to go here?
From DAU Pampanga (Commute, Public Transport)
♥Ride a bus that will pass to SM Megamall/Star Mall and ask to drop you there. (PHP 150)
♥There are available Van’s in the area, take a Van ride with Antipolo Simbahan Junction placard and asked to be drop to Antipolo Church/ Savers. (PHP 70)
♥Once at Antipolo Church, take a tricycle ride going to Pinto Art Museum/Grand Heights Subdivision (PHP 40)
Pinto Art Museum
1 Sierra Madre Street., Grand Heights,
Antipolo City, Rizal, Philippines.
(02) 697 1015
Open Every Tuesday to Sunday, 9am to 6pm.
P200 for regular ticket
P180 for senior citizens and PWD with valid IDs
P100 for children and students with proper school IDs
Free for children below 3 years old