My trip to Pinto Art Museum was probably one of my favorites. I was at loss for words while I was exploring the place and I am at loss for words right now, trying to describe the experience. I decided to include as many photos as I can, hoping that they can give justice to the actual experience. (But of course, it won’t.)
So in love with the exteriors!
Pinto Art Museum is less than an hour away from Metro Manila. The contemporary art space is located inside a private subdivision in Antipolo, Rizal. We rode a tricycle from Luljetta Hanging Gardens and it took us around 5 minutes to get there.
The moment I stepped into the first door, I fell in love with the place right away. It was nothing like I have ever seen before. The place radiates a very relaxing and chill vibe. Everything was completely different from any other museum I’ve visited before.
Several art galleries can be found in the Mediterranean-inspired villas. We arrived at around 4:00 PM and it was pouring so we had to speed things up a bit but it would always take me a while before I proceed to the next gallery because of how beautiful every art piece is.
As much as I find the interiors attractive, the exteriors of every structure left me in awe. The gardens are filled with beautiful and quirky sculptures. Everywhere you look is truly a sight to behold.
I fell in love with every corner and art piece. As I’ve said, Pinto Art Museum stands out from the list of museums I’ve been to. It offers such a unique visual experience for art buffs and tourists alike.
It was such a serene place, too. I loved how I was able to let myself get lost in a place full of radical pieces of art.
I was trying so hard to digest every beautiful gallery I have been in. It was truly a memorable experience. I can never forget this place. Anyway, let my captured photos do the talking.
It’s quaint and I love it.
Pinto Art Museum is open every day except Mondays from 9:00 AM until 6:00 PM. Entrance fee is Php 200.