There are many beautiful tourist spots to explore in Antipolo, Rizal and one of these is the Pinto Art Museum. Pinto Art Museum, which is just 1.5 hours away from Manila, is a haven for art and photography lovers. The place is huge, approximately 1.3 hectares, and very picturesque.
How to get to Pinto Art Museum
From Starmall, Mandaluyong, take a van going to Antipolo. Ask the driver to drop you off at Ynares Center, then ride a tricycle and ask the driver to take you to Pinto Art Museum.
Every Spot in this place is visually appealing. Kudos to Dr. Cuanang for showcasing the artworks of our Filipino artists. Every gallery has its own theme. Some pieces are strange and morbid, while the others are clever and thought-provoking. Even non-artsy people would love and appreciate them.
Even the comfort rooms are artsy too. There are day beds all over the place. You can lounge in them while enjoying the lush peaceful surroundings. There is no doubt, Pinto Art Museum is full of surprises. It is very relaxing– perfect for families, friends, and couples.
Some helpful tips
- Bring extra batteries for your gadgets
- Wear something snappy and light so you would be comfortable and camera-ready
- Go there on a weekday if you want to avoid the crowd
- Food is not allowed but there are in-house cafes. Try Cafe Tan-aw. The food is great, but the prices are a bit steep.
Other points of interest
- Hinulugang Taktak
- Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens and Spa
- Mount Purro Nature Reserve
- Our Lady of Antipolo Shrine
- Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage
Regular Ticket – Php 200
Senior Citizen and PWD with valid IDs – Php 180
Children and Students with proper school ID – Php 100
Pinto Art Museum Telephone Number
Pinto Art Museum Email Address
9:00 AM to 6:00 PM (Tuesday-Sunday)