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Thursday, July 30, 2015

First Visit to Art in Island

I am blessed to be able to visit Art in Island in Cubao last Saturday with my friends who came all the way from Davao. And of course, I was with my partners: Dane and Nate. But Dane decided not to get inside because he had to buy bass guitar strings for our church's guitar.

Art in Island is the biggest 3D museum in Asia. It does not just let you take pictures of the art displays (unlike most museums) but it also allows you to play and be a part of the paintings! Here you'll really have to work with your imaginations! Haha. This can be a place to forget about taking a selfie, why? Because there's just so many wonderful photos you want to take pictures with!


I thought we'd only be here for an hour but with all the paintings and the ideas you can come up with,  I bet you can stay there for hours. Kung di pa siguro na lowbatt ang cp ng friend ko, baka mas matagalan pa kami, hahaha.

It's more challenging for me to get a good photo because I'm carrying Nate but thankfully, were able to get a few nice photos. (Sulit na, haha). Here are the some of the many photos we captured:





oh, somebody's loving the place! 







Pros:
-cool and totally wonderful place. People who love "picture 2x" will looove this place!
-so many art works, your eyes will love all of it!
-place is clean, specially because people are required to wear socks or go in bare feet.

Cons:
-They have restrooms but I wish they have breastfeeding areas too. Nate asks for milk any time he wants so when he asked while we were there, I had to face the wall so people who are not supporting breastfeeding in public will have nothing to say.
-Since we were there on a weekend, here were too many people at that time so it was a bit chaotic and sometimes you will either have to wait for your turn to pose with the exhibit or you give, or you can't get a good photo because there's just too many photo bombers in the background. It's best to go there when there's not too many customers.
-Floor was too slippery (I know they need to do it that way) for Nate while wearing socks, he slid several times so I had to remove his socks so he can walk better.


Rates:
Adult rate is at Php 500
Student rate is at Php 400
Children below 3ft are FREE
They also have discounts for senior citizen cardholders and PWDs. Art In Island will also be having events and promotions every month. You can visit them on Facebook for more information.

Hours of Operation:
Art In Island is open to public TUESDAYS-SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS from 09:30AM to 09:30PM.

Art in Island is located at: 
175 15th Ave., Brgy. Socorro, 1109 Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines

Contact Details: 
Phone: (632) 421-1356
Email: artinisland@gmail.com

All in all, it was an awesome experience still and I am excited to go back there when Nate is older and he can enjoy the place as much as I do.

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30 comments:

  1. I did not know its located in Cubao, haha. Thanks for sharing Mommy Nilyn, I would love to take my kids in Art in Island

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    1. Same here! I just knew it's near last month! haha. You're very welcome. I'm sure your kids will love it there. ;)

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  2. Tagal ko na gusto magvisit sa ganyan sis. Nakakatamad lang kasi magtravel sa metro because of traffic. Super enjoy kayo no?

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    1. yes, sis, sobrang nakakatuwa. gagana taalaga ang imagination. :)

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  3. Ganda! Sana may ganito rin sa Cebu para di na kailangan lumayo.

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    1. Who knows baka in the next few years, meron na din. ;)

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  4. That's one of the places I want to visit in QC. I hope my boss will take me to another meeting in the HO and I will surely find an opportunity to visit art island.

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    1. That's good to hear sis! I'm sure in time you'll be able to visit this place. :)

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  5. I have seen this in a couple of blogs already and got me intrigued. I definitely want to see this when we come and visit.

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    1. Yes sis, I'm sure your kids will love it there. :)

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  6. Ooh Nilyn this looks so cool! I wish we could visit the place someday!

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    1. Who knows Maan, if you come back to Manila, I will accompany you there. :D

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  7. I've been hearing a lot about this place but have yet to go there. It looks so cool based on your photos! :)

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  8. Trick art museums are so in nowadays. Fun taking pictures!

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  9. My family and I love taking concept photos. Masaya dito ah! Sure we'll get lots of IG-worthy photos! Haha!

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  10. Looks very fun to visit! I would have a ball posing funny on those art murals. :)

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    1. I'm sure you and your kids will enjoy this. :)

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  11. This art in island is pretty cool but medyo pricey ha. Hehe That one on the boat ay parang nahulog si baby sa water. Hehe Cute! I would love to visit places like this, but here in Cebu medyo malayo yung 3D Art museum.

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    1. Who knows, maybe you can visit one in the future. :) Yes, medyo pricey din sya for me. hehe. :D

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  12. Good for you, looks like you enjoy your visit.
    This is still in our bucket list :( soon...

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    1. I'm sure you'll be able to visit the place in the future. :)

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  13. Yup, definitely for photo-loving people. I'm still trying to decide if my kids will appreciate the place.

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    1. Maybe when they're a little older sis. Pero, I was happy that Nate enjoyed it. :)

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  14. it was an great place to visit with the kiddos. My son had an amazing time there, too!

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