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Pinto Art Museum

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Pinto Art Museum

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1 Sierra Madre Street Grand Heights Rd, Antipolo City, Luzon 1870 Philippines
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Rain S wrote a review Nov 6
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Been living in Antipolo for quite some time now and it was my first time to go here and I was surprised by how big the place was (1.5 hectares) and how beautiful it was inside. I thought the Pinto Art Museum was just an old house that was converted into an art gallery. But not so. It's a destination place by itself. It will probably take you a whole day to go around. Food was really good too! Best Seafood aglio olio I've ever had! Hindi tinipid sa seafood and the garlic was very lightly sauteed in olive oil to give it that nutty scent and flavor. Definitely a must go to place when in Antipolo.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Dewi C wrote a review Oct 2020
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The place is really good, there’s a lot to see and every corner is instagrammable. It really is a nice place to visit. We made a mistake in eating in the restaurant because they forgot our order and we waited for over an hour for just pizza and some slices of cake. Nobody was apologetic and when we asked for a feedback form they don’t even have one.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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millette05 wrote a review Apr 2020
Pasig, Philippines100 contributions2 helpful votes
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went to Pinto Museum in Antipolo for a day trip. It stands out as the most visited museum in Rizal. What makes the Museum so unique is that it offers a vision that combines archaeology, history, art history and contemporary Filipino art. The Open Galleries A cluster of Mediterranean- inspired villas sprawled inside its 1.3-hectare property owned by Dr. Joven Cuanang houses the museum’s collections. This makes it one of the best places to take amazing photos for Instagram feeds. This unique setup allows Pinto to showcase objects, an extraordinary treasure trove of art collected since the 1960s that features both permanent and rotating exhibitions. Upon entering the museum's gate, there is a painting gallery and a souvenir shop. A set of steps splits at a landing, leading to a mini chapel and the landscaped garden. To the left of the chapel in the middle section of the garden lies a big art gallery that features giant murals such as the "Karnabal" (carnival). Turning in the front direction to the right of the chapel leads to a wishing well, a cluster of villas with rounded arches and ornate colums. There is a roof deck that allows visitors to take in the sun with a good view of Pinto's landscaped garden and treetops of Antipolo. The Gardens The central walkway acts as a visual focal point for Pinto. It gives visual access to the whole Pinto Art Museum garden. There are intimate outdoor spaces in Pinto Art Museum's open-air design which make it feel more like a destination rather than a big, open space. There are antique white iron beds and chairs along the pathways. The courtyard functions as an outdoor living room. There were statues plus several simple stone bowl fountains. The existing large trees around the garden create a temperate climate suitable for shade dwellers. Below and around the trees grow flowering perrenials leading to a lush garden with lots of shade. There are wide plant beds that slide down between low retaining walls. Pathways are paved with sandstone and walls are coated with stucco. Spending time in Pinto Art Museum galleries is a breathtaking experience indeed!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Jane wrote a review Mar 2020
Quezon City, Philippines13 contributions10 helpful votes
A place where you can relay yung toughs, emotions, experiences, and other ideas that come up. Magandang place din for instagramble photos and wedding pre-nup. I also try thier pizza inside masarap lalo na magugutom ka sa loob lalalakad.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Vee wrote a review Mar 2020
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It's a highly instagrammable museum hidden along a line of subdivision houses. Went here in a car with my mom and grandma, and the security guard at the entrance of the subdivision charged 20 for an entrance fee. This is separate from the 200 peso fee for the museum (totally affordable - that's approx. $4). We stayed here for an hour, but I ended up walking alone because my grandma didn't want to go up and down the stairs (it was also a humid day). She stayed at the Cafe Rizal with my mom to drink some unique juices (they drank the tamarind one) while I went around on my own. The placement of the art is a unique concept. There are lots of daybeds scattered around outside for Instagram photos. The walkways from one gallery to the next are also lined with trees and nature! There are also art pieces installed right in the middle of a patch of trees and grass so it feels like a scavenger hunt (see photo of a statue pushing a boulder). Word of warning if you're squeamish and get uncomfortable easily - the art in the galleries will make you squirm and think (see the last photo on a half-man clawing a typewriter and letters out of his torso). Some of their art pieces creates such strong images that they can be uncomfortable. They're art pieces that will make you think deeply about their message. Definitely a place for art enthusiasts, local and Greek folklore fans, and for those who just want a change of pace in their daily life! The museum is also open for official photoshoots (e.g. prenuptials, debut), for a fee. Bring an umbrella and a fan, some water, and a camera (plus, wear your OOTD!). Stay for around 2-3 hours so you can see all of the installations and galleries.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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