TRAVEL DATE TO ART IN ISLAND (December 2017) Coming straight from the airport returning from Capiz & due to lack of time and a tight schedule because my relatives will be going back abroad in a couple of days, my aunt, cousins, nephew and I visited Art in Island, a 3D interactive museum located at Cubao, Quezon City. Good thing it was a weekday so there’s not a lot of people and the place was not too crowded. This will be of great advantage for you if you go on a weekday because you do not have to wait long for your turn to pose in different areas of the museum. One important reminder though, you are not allowed to wear your shoes inside so better bring a pair of socks with you. You will need to deposit your shoes in a locker area first before you are allowed to enter the museum proper entrance.
Art in Island is a good alternative if you’re tired of doing the same old thing during your off days. True to their mission of “BE PART OF THE ART”, there’s a lot of big 3D pictures that you can pose with comprised of 12 different themed-zones. It really does bring the creativity out of everyone and this is one good activity that I’m sure your entire family and especially the kids will enjoy. We also loved the interactive lights & digital show being held and after which, a flurry of false snow will descend delighting everyone especially the young-at-heart. This is also one good idea for soon-to-be married couples to consider as one of their venues for their pre-nuptial engagement photo session. So if you’re bored and want to try something new, go ahead and visit Art in Island and for sure, you’ll have photos worth remembering. Like what they usually say, “Just do it for the ‘gram”.
- LOCATION: 175 15th Ave, Cubao, Quezon City, 1109 Metro Manila
- OPENING DAYS: Tuesdays – Sundays
- OPENING HOURS: 9:30 AM – 9:30 PM
- ENTRANCE FEE: P500 (Adults) ; P400 (Students) ; Discounts available for Senior Citizens & PWDs
- TEL. NO.: (02) 421-1356
***NOTE: I have put stars on their faces to protect their privacy especially the minors. I just wanted to share with you the poses that we did in different areas to help visualize the bigger picture. =)
Be grateful and kind,