Pinto Art Museum (Nature & Art at its finest!)

Hey guys! I know a lot of you are looking for some instagrammable places around the metro. And I bet you’re already familiar with Pinto Art Museum.

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Pinto Art Museum houses 300 modern paintings, sculptures, and art installations by various local artists. It is located at 1 Sierra Madre St., Grand Heights, Antipolo, Rizal. Pinto, the Filipino word for door, serves as the gateway for modern and contemporary art.

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Pinto Art Museum is not your typical museum. It is a huge place wherein there’s a lot of arts located in different buildings. So if you’re planning to go here, make sure to wear a comfortable clothes and footwear cause there’s a lot of walking involved here. There are stairs around this area also.

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THE SCULPTURES

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THE PAINTINGS

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How to get there?

From Cubao

  • From MRT Cubao Station, walk towards Telus building infront of farmers market then look for an FX or Jeepney heading to Antipolo.
  • Jeepneys should be bound to Antipolo-Simbahan or Antipolo-Shopwise, Tanay (tanay-Antipolo).
  • Get off at Ynares Center which is nearer to Pinto, but if you want an easier way to get a trike, get off at Antipolo Church.
  • Ride a Trike and tell the driver to drop you at Grand Heights Subdivision or Pinto Art Museum.
  • Pinto is just located after the village gate.

From Shaw Boulevard

  • From MRT Shaw Station, walk towards the terminal across Shang-ri La Plaza then look for an FX or Jeepney heading to Antipolo.
  • Jeepneys should be bound to Antipolo-Simbahan or Antipolo-Shopwise
  • Get off at Antipolo Church.
  • Ride a Trike and tell the driver to drop you at Grand Heights Subdivision or Pinto Art Museum.
  • Pinto is just located after the village gate.

Entrance Fees:

  • P200 for regular ticket
  • P180 for senior citizens and PWD with valid IDs
  • P100 for children and students with proper school IDs (Free for children below 3 years old)

Photo Shoot Rates

  • P7,500 – Outdoor shoot at the Upper garden & Lower garden
  • P15,000 – Upper garden, Lower garden, Indigenous Art Museum and the new Museum wing (outdoor)

Shooting fees includes 5 hours photoshoot from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm or 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm. Any excess hour will cost you another Php 750.00. You can bring 5 Pax per shooting team (additional Php 300 per head for additional). The fee also comes with a preparation room with air conditioning.

Contact

  • Address: 1 Sierra Madre St.,, Grand Heights Rd, Antipolo, Rizal
  • Hours & Days open: 9am-6pm | Tuesdays- Sundays
  • Phone: (02) 697 1015

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That’s it everyone! I hope you guys like it. Pinto art is not just picture-worthy place but also a place where you can relax &chill with loved ones. Till next time ♥

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