Pinto Art Museum: Art Hideaway at Antipolo


The first time I went to Pinto Art Museum, I fell in love with the place.

That was for work last September 2014 but I wanted to go back for a personal trip. I loved the curated artworks at the place and it doesn't make you feel boxed up in the museum  because most of the buildings are spacious and have open doors.  This made me go back last January 10 with my friend Mailan.

If you plan to commute going to this place, here's the route we took:

  • Ride the jeepneys with the signage Antipolo Simbahan (which you can find at the back of Ali Mall) and get off at Ynares Stadium

  • Find a tricycle and ask the to take you at Grand Heights (they know this better than saying that you're going to Pinto Art Gallery)

  • Have the tricycle enter at the first street at your right upon entering the village. It has the white stone facade with the sign Pinto Art Museum.

Here are photos of the museum:


















And here are some of my favorite pieces in the museum (I didn't take note of their titles and artists):









(details of the eagle artwork above)




I want to go back here over and over again! This will definitely be not the last time I will go at Pinto Art Museum.

PINTO ART MUSEUM
#1 Sierra Madre Street, Grand Heights, Antipolo City
Tel. No.: (632) 703 44 53
Mobile.: (0917) 608 67 54

Museum Schedule:
9:00 AM – 6:00 PM from Tuesdays to Sundays

Entrance Fee:
P150.00 for adults
P100.00 for students
20% discount for senior citizens.



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