As soon as you enter the Pinto Art Museum, you can’t help but be inspired.
Located in Antipolo, Rizal – the Pinto Art Museum is a haven for those who love modern art. The complex is designed in a Spanish-Mexican style and surrounded by beautiful gardens.
Although the museum is only five years old, it really celebrates the history of the old estate.
The constant growing museum is one of the only self-supporting museums in the Philippines.
With six buildings and recent extensions, you could easily spend an entire day here.
If one thing stands out from all the rest, many have asked about the stone boulders that are molded into the museum, simply said, like art, they became part of the landscape, not just from the outside but also from the inside.
The name of Pinto Art Museum comes from the Tagalog for ‘doors’ – and the company transformed itself from a small project, and today has created one of the most inviting, sophisticated and elegant museums in Southeast Asia.
Sierra Madre Street in Grandheights Subdivision
Tuesday to Sunday, 9am to 6pm
Adults 150 pesos