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Pinto Art Museum Guide: An Art Haven in Antipolo

Pinto Art Museum Guide

Pinto Art Museum Guide – Are you an art enthusiast or you’re just looking for an IG-worthy place where you can wear your best #OOTD with a background surrounded by awesome paintings and artworks. I think this place might you looking for. A Santorini inspired museum located in the heart of Antipolo City. Pinto Art Museum exhibiting a combination of contemporary Filipino Paintings, native arts, and sculptures that come in different forms, sizes and variety in tropical gardens and whitewashed, Mediterranean-style villas.

Pinto Art Museum

Pinto Art Museum Guide

Pinto Art Museum is quite huge as one hour of wandering around is not really enough. Some artwork has its own room and some are sorted by its style and category. The place is calm, well-maintained and clean. Their art collection is superbly made by different brilliant Filipino artist. It is really a must-visit place in Antipolo if you are looking for a quick weekend getaway. I’m pretty sure that you will appreciate art and nature in the Pinto Art Museum.

Pinto Art Museum

PINTO ART MUSEUM ENTRANCE FEE

Regular rate is PHP 200.00 per person for a whole day tour around Pinto Art Museum(Take photos as you want). They have a discount for senior citizens and students, just bring a proper ID. For senior citizens, the rate is PHP 180.00 while PHP 100.00 for students.

WHERE TO EAT

In case you get hungry, there is also a Café inside the Pinto Art Museum, the Pinto Café by Peppermill.

THINGS TO REMEMBER

  • Smoking is strictly prohibited inside the premises of the museum.
  • Don’t turn your flash on when taking photos as it may damage some artworks.
  • Please also refrain from touching the artworks.
  • The museum is closed on MONDAYS.
  • Foods and pets are not allowed inside the museum.
  • Changing of clothes inside the museum is strictly prohibited.
  • Please follow their simple rules and policy.

TRAVEL TIPS

  • Do not forget to bring your camera as there’s a lot of picturesque and Instagrammable spot inside the Museum.
  • Much better if you go to the Pinto Art Museum during the weekdays.
  • Don’t just take photos, take time and appreciate every art you see.
  • Ask for assistance.

Pinto Art Museum Guide

HOW TO GO TO PINTO ART MUSEUM

Getting to this visit-worthy museum is so easy. Pinto Art is located inside the subdivision so for those visitors with private vehicles, you have to pay for the entrance fee at the gate of the subdivision.

 

FROM GATEWAY CUBAO, QUEZON CITY
  • Ride a jeep or FX that bounds to Antipolo Simbahan / Sumulong highway Fare PHP 25.00
  • You can either drop off at Antipolo Simbahan or Shopwise
  • From there, ride a tricycle going to the Pinto Art Museum. PHP 40 per tricycle
FROM LRT LINE 2 SANTOLAN STATION, PASIG CITY
  • Ride a jeep or FX that bounds to Antipolo Simbahan / Sumulong highway – Fare PHP 23.00
  • You can either drop off at Antipolo Simbahan or Shopwise.
  • From there, ride a tricycle going to the Pinto Art Museum. PHP 40 per tricycle
FROM MAKATI AYALA TERMINAL
  • There’s a UV terminal near Dusit Thani Hotel, Parksquare UV express terminal.
  • Take FX going to Antipolo Church
  • Once you are at Antipolo Church, there’s a lot of tricycle there that can bring you to the Pinto Art Museum. PHP 40 per tricycle
FROM SM MEGAMALL 
  • There’s a UV terminal in front of San Miguel Corp at the SM Megamall Building B.
  • Taken FX with an Antipolo Church placard.
  • Once you are at Antipolo Church, there’s a lot of tricycle there that can bring you to the Pinto Art Museum. PHP 40 per tricycle.

TRIP EXPENSES

Jeep from Santolan LRT line 2 to Antipolo Church: PHP 23.00

Tricycle from Antipolo Church/Shopwise to Pinto Art Museum: PHP 50.00

Entrance fee: PHP 200.00/Person

Food and etc: PHP 200.00

Note: Expenses may vary depending on your needs, otherwise fare and rates are subject to change without prior notice.

OTHER DETAILS

  • Address1 Sierra Madre St., Grand Heights Rd, Antipolo, Rizal
  • Schedule: 9am-6pm | Tuesdays- Sundays
  • Phone: (02) 697 1015
  • Email: [email protected]

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