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Art in Island 3D Museum in Cubao, Quezon City: A Quick Review

February 16, 2017

We were figuring out on where should we go the morning of the New Year – January 1. We were staying at home for like 3 days already (all because of the typhoon). So now, at least we want to go somewhere where we can have fun but not so far from Las Pinas City. We were coming from Las Pinas and we wanted somewhere near us. I searched online and found Art in Island 3D Museum in Cubao, Quezon City.

Long story short, we decided to go to Art in Island which is a 3D Museum in Cubao, Quezon City. Art in Island is probably one of the largest 3D Museums in Southeast Asia. It is tagged as one because of the number of its exhibits.

From Las Pinas City and on a New Year, it took us around an hour to get there. The traffic was okay, meaning, we were moving and never stuck although there are still a lot of motorists. When we get to the place though, Art in Island does not disappoint. We parked the car in their parking space which was for free. We paid in the cashier first. As for the price, it’s okay (meaning not cheap but not too pricey). Here’s their price list as of January 2017:

Art in Island 3D Museum Prices
Afterwards, we were asked to take off our shoes/sandals/slippers. Only socks are allowed so as not to damage the art/displays. We were also discouraged to bring any tripods or use flash in taking pictures. Yes, you are very much allowed to take pictures and interact with the art pieces. Just no touching of the art exhibits. So, feel free to pose and have fun finding the perfect angles!

Here are some of the photos taken during our visit:
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Art in Island opens from 9:30 AM to 9:30 PM everyday (except in some exceptional circumstances). So, if you want to be sure of your slot, you may call them at (02) 421 1356. You may also visit their Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/artinisland

There are also other 3D museum around Metro Manila like the one in Manila Ocean Park known as the Trick Art and in Taguig like the Miracle Art Museum. They are my next stop!

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We are not in any way, connected with the institution featured in this post.

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