The museum and the gardens alone are a must see. Most art works are contemporary with a bit of social commentary (read: leftist) leanings. Our guide on many occasions, a long time artist, caretaker and gardener, is cheerful and clearly loves his job and his workplace.
There are several souvenir items from Ilocos, the home province of the owner, which are reasonably priced. A cafe also serves lunch, snacks and dinner (by reservation) but I don't recall when days it's closed.
This is always a pit stop for us in Antipolo after the Church.
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