The Pinto Art Museum (PAM) is located in Antipolo, Rizal. We were actually quite hesitant to go at first because of the long drive, but when we saw the place, we’re glad we pushed through.
The museum has a land area of 1.3 hectares that houses hundreds of masterpieces from various visual artists of the Philippines. The museum composed of five galleries which showcase the arts in different forms like sculptures, paintings in oil and acrylic and even mixed media.
We were able to see beautiful contemporary paintings, installations and art collections. The lush gardens with beautiful landscaping and the natural lighting are plus points.
In addition, you can take unlimited pictures inside. In fact, a lot of people are choosing this place as the location of their photo shoots.
If you’re quite tired or just want to relax and/or chat, you can sit on the outdoor couches provided outdoor, or in Cafe Tanaw-an by Peppermill, which is also located in the premises of PAM.
Pinto Art Museum
1 Sierra Madre St., Grand Heights, Antipolo, Rizal
Museum Hours: Tuesdays-Sundays, 9am-6pm
|Php180||Senior citizens and PWD with valid IDs|
|Php100||Children and students with proper school IDs|
|Free||Children below 3 years old|