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In photos: Pinto Art Museum

Since I grew up in Antipolo City, I always get asked about Pinto Art Museum. It was a shame, though, for I wasn’t able to visit the place until last summer.

It was a hot Saturday morning. Eager to break free from my weekend routine, I decided to check out the museum many friends were talking about. I took a cab to Katipunan, then a jeepney to Antipolo City. From the cathedral, I took a tricycle to Grand Heights, the village where the said museum was in.

Honestly, I loved the place. I immediately realized that it was worth coming back to every now and then. Apart from being home to really brilliant artworks, it was also a perfect destination who wants to take a break from the stress of everyday life.

In a quiet and calming place like this, one could easily find peace. Here, you could be free from distractions. Yet, be prepared to hear mostly your own voice–something you usually don’t hear or simply take for granted when immersed in the cluttered, noisy, and busy city.

Beware, beware. This voice usually gets louder in the presence of sublime masterpieces.

Some Basics:

Address: 1 Sierra Madre Street, Grand Heights Subdivision, Antipolo City

Contact Number: (02) 697 1015

Email Address:

Facebook Page:

Operating Hours: Tuesdays to Sundays, 9am to 6pm

Entrance Fee:

  • Regular Ticket: Php180
  • Senior Citizens and PWDs: Php150
  • Children and Students with Proper School IDs: Php100

Guided Tour Schedule:

  • 9am to 11am
  • 12nn to 2pm
  • 2pm to 4pm
  • 4:30pm to 6pm
This entry was posted in: Travel


LRT Queen is Mina Deocareza, a superwoman from Quezon City, Philippines. She holds a creative writing degree from UP Diliman and works as a content writer and editor for a several websites and brands. She’s also the editorial director of Sinaya Cup, a local brand of menstrual cups. She tries to live more by owning less.

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