Pinto Art Museum

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Oh Hi! I know it's been a while since I last blogged. Well, I have a lot of valid excuses but I would set them aside because I owe you a post that's worth reading. Haha! So here's our not-so-recent trip to one of the most visited art galleries - the Pinto Art Museum.
A few months back, I went to Manila for a business trip and of course I took the chance to visit my sister. We decided to do a 'laskwatsa'-weekend and the first thing that came up to mind is Pinto Art Museum since it has been on our "to-visit list" for quite sometime already.
We took an FX ride from SM Megamall and told the driver to drop us at Ynares Center (the fare would cost you P50). From Ynares, take a tricycle and ask the driver to take you to Grand Heights Subdivision or simply say to Pinto Art. The museum has been a popular destination and local drivers surely know its location.


Upon arrival, we went to the receiving area to pay for our entrance fees (P180 for adults; P150 for senior citizens; P100 for students). The 1.2 hectare property houses different collections of paintings, installations, and sculptures that will surely give you the "feels". Aside from the beautiful art pieces, the place itself is a piece of wonderland - wide windows that let the light in, antique beds and chairs everywhere, and a pop of green, blue or brown against the white walls.


The place is a quick escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Visitors can relax and be inspired by the art galleries, dine at the museum's cafés, or just take a lot of pictures (just like what we did, Haha).

Tip: Wear comfortable clothes so it would be easier for you to move around. If you would be visiting the place on a sunny day, make sure to stay hydrated.


It would also be nice if you will allot a whole day to explore the museum since there are tons of things to check out. In our case, we have to be home early since we got too exhausted by the heat. Sadly, we didn't get a chance to spend a little while longer. But nonetheless, we enjoyed the place and of course the FOOD!
Ohh, I've missed blogging and connecting with all of you. Have you visited Pinto yet? If yes, I'd love to know your experience on the comment box below. *wink*
On a different note, this is the first post on the blog as the short-haired me. What do you think, should I keep it this way?
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17 comments:

  1. 2012 was the first time I went to Pinto and from then it became my go-to place to visit when I'm showing my friends around the metro. Minsan daw pag nasa manila ka ulit meet man kita, hehe. :)

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  2. Been wanting to go there <3 Great pics ate didi miss you

    Steal the Style

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  3. I always wanted to visit Pinto Art! :( I hope I can witness the beautiful art pieces soon. You have good shots tho.

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  4. Everyone's been going here recently! I definitely need to go here soon! The artworks look amazing! <3

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  5. I've seen a lot of posts about this museum but this is my first time to know that they have a restaurant inside? Wow, that's cool so you don't have to find a place outside! The museum is really instagrammable and has loads of areas to take your OOTD photos! Hehe. Hopefully I can visit this when I go back to Manila soon! :)

    xx, Wandering Ella

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  6. I've also read about the popularity of this museum recently. Perhaps if I go to the Metro one day, I will be able to tour around here. I was thinking of visiting National Museum and this in one day plus other activities whatever I can squeeze in. I will start here in Pampanga first before venturing in Manila spots.

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  7. There are some interesting art pieces at this museum and it looks like you can spend half a day there easily. I like Museums that also have coffee shops where you can grab a quick lunch and a garden where you can take some fresh air.

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  8. Pinto Art museum is such a lovely place! This is one of my backlogs! 😂 Hope to write my story soon! I love your photos 😊

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  9. Pinto Art Museum is one of our lists to visit before the year ends . You post will help us more on how to get there and what to expect onsite.

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  10. I have heard so much about Pinto Museum but never really had the chance to visit. I will definitely make time for this. It's quite a long drive from the South, but I'm sure it's worth the trip.

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  11. I've read about this art museum but haven't gotten around to visiting it just yet, it being popular is one of the reasons we've not gone to visit it yet, perhaps when it's the 'lean' season for tourists then we'll check it out. I do love museums!

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  12. Such a beautiful museum. Would love to go there one day. And my first time to see a museum where you can dine as well.

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  13. Such a beautiful museum. Would love to go there one day. And my first time to see a museum where you can dine as well.

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  14. Love this! Love your photos, love the review, everything! Included in bucketlist! <3

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  15. Amazing!! Your photos are just awesome!! And this place looks beautiful too!! Thanks for sharing!! :)

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  16. I love your pictures! I read a lot of blog posts about this place and I really want to visit it too!

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  17. Nice photos, we've been to Pinto Museum as well and the place is a welcome change to how hectic everything is in the metro. Haven't tried to eat there though :)

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