Pinto Art Museum | Antipolo, Rizal

Fond of arts? Well me, honestly, not my top interest but this place has a unique arts gallery to offer. Exploring exquisite places has always been a attestation to my admiration of exceptional modern design. There’s a happiness inside of me of finding out those new places that has been a fad before cause of its unique beauty and coherence. There’s something about this narrow aesthetic that both draws me in, and makes me have a peace inside of me. Not on my goal nor one of my travel list to take in the city’s historic sights and radiant art, Finding quiet in a city acclaimed for its hurly-burly is no small coup. This so called Pinto Art Museum offers a tranquil escape by today’s frenzied stride. Pinto art Museum – renowned for their spectacular paragon, that can only be seen and found in rising city of Antipolo.

Pinto Art Museum offers the perfect environment for artistry its splendor natural landscapes, and its grandeur for artworks and sculptures that has been well known and made by local artist here in the Philippines. Pinto” is a Tagalog word which literally means “door“, this museum was actually founded to support local contemporary art in the Philippines. Pinto Art Museum has 6 different galleries to show and each of it has it own core and story depicting its own message to the Filipinos. You will be able to witness a wide variation of artworks as you go to each galleries.

Pinto Art Museum features a pitted, apparently Mexico-Santorini architecture that captures the attention of everybody for its refreshing surroundings that interpret about the art treasures snuggled within its walls and designs. When we went there, it was afternoon which made the walls and structures of the area stand out even more.

Beautiful sculptures and masterpieces showed and well-admired. Everywhere I looked there seemed to be pavements and doorways lingering to reveal more hidden treasures. This is why i started to write this article. Through this writing, I can share this hidden beauty and I believe this place should be more exposed and be known.

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For those who loves artworks like paintings, metal displays, sculptures, then this is a perfect place for you. There’s something so soothing about the place and ambiance and it bring me some calmness even just for a while. If you’re not really into art like me and my partner, based on our personal experiences here, we still HIGHLY recommend you to visit this place and you’ll be able to realize all my descriptions above that ’twas perfectly beautiful!

Of course we need a break! Good thing, there’s available restaurant inside the museum and it’s like a greek style, it has a good ambiance and looks so refreshing! I love the minibar and ice cream stand!

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  • OPENS every Tuesday through Sunday, from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.
  • OPEN during holidays except on Mondays
  • Guided Tour Schedule: 09:00 am – 11:00 am; 12:00 nn – 02:00 pm; 02:00 pm – 04:00 pm; 04:30 pm – 06:00 pm.
  • No food or pets are allowed.
  • Smoking is strictly prohibited inside the museum.
  • No flash photography
  • Changing clothes is not allowed inside the museum
  • Children can visit Pinto Art Museum as long as they are accompanied by an adult inside the premises at all times

Once inside, you need to pay for the Entrance fee. You will then be given a map and the ticket. Pinto Art Museum is open from 9 in the morning till 6 in the evening, Tuesdays till Sunday. Pinto Art Museum is built on a 1.3 hectare property composed of six buildings.

1 Sierra Madre Street,Grand Heights Subdivision Antipolo, Rizal
Facebook: Pinto Art Museum
Email address:
Contact Number 697-1015


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