Location: San Roque, Antipolo, Rizal
Duration: At least 4 hours
Operating hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 09:00AM to 06:00PM
Strictly No food or pets are allowed.
Website: Facebook Pinto Art Museum
This is a very popular destination for pre-nups and art lovers. This one is a lazy way to get to Pinto Art Museum from BGC. So we have our trusty smart phones and used GrabCar. We paid Php 420.00 to get there (that does not include the vehicle’s road user’s fee which is Php 35.00) There are alternative ways to go there I will write them at the end of this entry. We ate before going there since we don’t know if there will be restaurant near the said museum. But don’t worry, there’s 2 cafes inside the said museum, and it’s quite affordable and artsy also.
These architectures will remind you of Greece.
There will be a lot of stairs, my legs are killing me by the time we finished touring the whole place
Here’s a chapel with some old icons. It’s quite creepy.
Enjoying the simple statue of a carabao. I don’t see this everyday in the Metro
Hitting two birds in one shot! Ha!
Ivan has a potential to become a model.
Very awing sculptures and art works.
Indigenous arts “Anito” here in the Philippines
Intriguing art works, that will make your brain work at least.
I think this one is “Running away from yourself”
Very unique ensemble of emotions for this art work
Entrance Fee: Php 180.00
Going Home is easy. We rode a tricycle to the station of UV express vans going to Santolan station of LRT2. Then rode a jeep to Cubao. We parted ways there.
Tricycle to the Station of UV Express: Php 100.00
UV Express to Marikina: Php 45.00