Art in Island

In the past weeks, I was not able to travel outdoors because of the typhoon here in the Philippines. I kept on thinking about indoor places where people can have fun. Then I remembered that I have a blog post about Things to Do in Seoul during Rainy Season. One of the things I love to do is to visit art museums like the Trick Eye Museum. Do you know that there’s a similar art museum like that in the Philippines?

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Trick Eye Museum, Seoul, South Korea

If Korea has Trick Eye Museum, Philippines has Art in Island!

Art in Island

Art in Island is a 3D interactive art museum and one of the biggest of its kind here in the Philippines and in the world! In fact they have several sections: Aqua Zone, Animal Zone, Masterpiece Zone, Central Hall, Fantasy & Religion Zone, and even Christmas Zone!

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Art in Island museum is not only for kids but also for kids at heart. I went there with my college friends and my little sister. I highly recommend this for family trips because it gives entertainment to all ages.

Be Part of Art

Art in Island challenges everyone to “Be Part of Art”. You need to be creative with your poses to have a great picture. Check out what we did:

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Interact with Paintings on the Wall
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Don’t be shy!

The artworks are not limited on walls. You can even interact with the paintings on the floor:

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We are actually on the floor pretending to be hanging on a wall.
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I allowed her to be on the floor. LOL

Tips:

Bring a power bank! If you’re just using your phone to take pictures, you better be ready because taking pictures drains your battery faster.

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Bring a friend. It’s hard to travel solo here. Setting up a tripod and a timer will take your time. If you have a friend, everything will be easier and fun!

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Be creative. Take pictures in different angles. Do you know that an an upward angle will make most people look taller and thinner?

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Obey the rules and regulations. Don’t wear shoes. Don’t bring food and pets. Don’t destroy anything. Hahahaha!

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I’ve heard that they have a cafe called Cafe Minou. I’m going to check it out on my next visit!

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Things You Need to Know about Art In Island:

  • Operation Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, and even Holidays! (9:30 am – 9:30pm)
  • Entrance Fee: 500 for adults | 400 for students | discounts for PWD & Seniors
  • Facebook Page: Art in Island
  • Instagram: @artinisland
  • Contact Number & Email Address: (02) 421 1356 | artinisland@gmail.com
  • Address: 175 15th Avenue, Brgy. Socorro, Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines

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24 thoughts on “Art in Island

  1. I’ve seen many related art museum like this even in SG and MY. Is the admission fee still the same?

  2. I tried trick art museum in Korea before but most of my friends keep saying that Art in Island here in Manila is better than the one we visited there. Would surely come here soon!

  3. How nice! Do they have any restrictions at to the age of the children? I would love to take my grandchildren there. It would be awesome to have their photos taken against those backdrops.

  4. HOO!! What an amazing museum it is. I never knew it is in Philippines. I’ve never been to any 3d art museum, but now would love to visit it asap.
    And your photographs are amazing, bringing clear visuals to the readers.
    – Prateek Goel

  5. Wow this is so totally cool! I would love to visit here and get some of the amazing pics that you did. You did a great job making an alternate route to fun with the bad weather. Hope you faired well with the Typhoon and again… great pics!

  6. Oh my God! This place is so nice to be, the art work itself is magnificent. The kids must be so excited with a lot of good memories. Thanks for sharing.

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