Sunday, August 30, 2015

Art in Island Interactive Museum

28 August 2015. Metro Manila.


With an area of 3,800 square meters, and LOTS of 3D Art, allocate two to three hours when exploring this place. And that's not counting the number of persons in your company who would want to have their pictures taken too. Factor in of course the different angles you'll want your pictures taken. There's also the crowd to watch out for, so you have to fall in line. I would say half the day would be enough. There's a café inside the premises anyway for when you get hungry but the prices are a bit exorbitant, in my honest opinion.


The area has two floors with different themes as you progress. My three-year-old was frightened at first with the huge underwater paintings as soon as we entered but by the time we reached the jungle art, I was shouting instructions at him on where and how to pose and he followed magnificently. My favorite was the Christmas area.


Entrance as of this writing is P500. Kid paid P400. This interactive art museum is located at 15th Avenue, Cubao, Quezon City.

-jrlee