Qing Travels: Pinto Art Museum | Feed Your Mind And Heart


"Art is the only way to run away without leaving home. "-Twyla Tharp
Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo is one of my best travel in 2016. I had realized that there is so much to explore in my country without spending too much. Well, Pinto Art Museum is one of those budget travel you can do specially if you love anything art. I am a type of traveller who loves art, history, food, photography and relaxing travel. Pinto Art Museum is so famous that everyone wants to explore and I had the chance to explore the whole museum. The museum has a collection of Pinoy artis that are so amazing, I am so awe with all the creativity they have blessed.

The museum is so huge and has more than five galleries, your eyes will really be overwhelmed with all the art. Pinto Art is located in the heart of Antipolo, we had a smooth travel from Pampanga to Antipolo and did not ruin by traffic in the metro. Going to Pinto Art is so easy because it is known by the locals there which are most of the people who are going to Antipolo will surely be going to Pinto Art.

How to get there?
I am from Sto Tomas so lets start the byahe to San Fernando.

*Ride bus to Victory going to Pasay (Fee 112php) 

*Get off the bus in Starmall (in front of SM Mega Mall) 

*In Starmall, ride UV going to Antipolo (Fee 50php) 

*Upon arrival to Antipolo, ride a tricycle going to Pinto Art (Fee 40php-for special 20php-for mabait na kuya driver) *so easy right?* 

Pinto Art Entrance Fee:
PHP200 for regular ticket
PHP180 for senior citizens and PWD with valid IDs
PHP 100 for children and students with proper school IDs 

They will give you a Pinto Art Map and some rules to follow. Then enjoy your pictorial session but don't forget to appreciate each and every art. It is so fascinating to just see how wonderful they are. Filipino artist is really one of a kind.



















Pinto Art Museum
Antipolo, Rizal, Philippines
Open Tuesday through Sunday, from 09:00 am to 06:00 pm.

Your stray kid,
Qing