Another super late post. Sorry my bad. :) We visited Pinto Art Museum 2 days before our Staycation at La Breza Hotel. I've been wanting to go here since I've learned that there is a museum in Antipolo. I lived in Antipolo for several years now and its always a pleasure to discover new things and new places here. So I've bugged my partner to come with me together with our twins and my niece to finally visit the museum. I've heard a lot of great things about it not to mention those pictures I see on Instagram.
Pinto Art Museum is an art haven, hiding at a private subdivision in Antipolo City. But it's not a secret anymore, with its wide 1.3 hectare, it comprises of several arts for art lovers and enthusiasts like me. I consider myself as an art enthusiast though I may never be good at painting and drawing. I love art on many forms and I believe that in art you learn to express more of yourself.
Pinto Art Museum have several Galleries where arts are being showcase. There are a total of 6 Galleries from Sculptures, Paintings, Wire Arts, and so on. It also have an Indegenous Art Gallery, Sculpture Garden and a pool. They handed us a map and believe me when I say that the place is extensive to the point that we got lost and can never pinpoint what Gallery are we into. He He He. There are just so many artworks to see here. And what I like about it is that they have sculptures everywhere. You can even see some hiding on the bushes and incorporating it to the environment. There was never a dull sight.
The place is also a great spot for #OOTD pictorials as well as pre-nuptials shoot. The beautiful landscape reminds you outside the country, like Santorini.
Scattered everywhere the place are white beds.
Here is my small family trying to get a decent family picture. Another one, but never-mind. :p
One decent solo pic! Yey!
And here I am with one of my favorite sculptures from Daniel Dela Cruz titled Gala. Several days after, I discovered that I am 6 weeks pregnant! :)
Pinto Art Museum is indeed a door to modern and contemporary arts!
Admission Fee Adult: P200; Senior Citizen: P180 and Student with valid ID: P100. Three yrs old and below are FREE. There are several rules and policies that you need to comply upon visiting the museum. Touching and leaning on the artworks are prohibited. Food and Drinks cannot be brought inside the galleries. They also have a cafe inside which we didn't try. No smoking and no changing of clothes inside. Pets are not allowed. Personal use of pictures are permitted but no video allowed. And no flash photography. Open from Tuesdays to Sundays 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
PINTO ART MUSEUM
1 Sierra Madre St.,
Antipolo City, Rizal,