Art In Island – A 3D Art Museum In Metro Manila

So I haven’t posted anything here for 10 days straight! I drafted few blog posts few days ago, but failed to finish even a single entry, maybe this is the thing they called writer’s block, or just plain laziness, I don’t know. I checked my phone’s gallery and found a bunch of photos I haven’t even uploaded to facebook yet. And I am taking this Thursday as an excuse to publish a throwback blog post for you guys. Let me share you my photos in Art In Island, A 3D Art Museum In Metro Manila, which were taken on March 7, 2015. (I know, it’s a super looooong overdue post! See that shorty shorty hair?)

Art In Island is an interactive museum, which allows you to play and literally have fun while roaming around the gallery. It was the newest art gallery back then and was just recently opened when we first visited the place, and I can clearly remember how jam-packed the place was. Nonetheless, we were able to take a lot of decent shots, because the place is huge enough to accommodate as much visitors, having 3,800 square-meter, two-storey museum. Art In Island is dubbed as “the world’s first selfie-museum”, and the biggest 3D museum in Asia with over 200 paintings inside to see. So here are some of the many photos I have inside the museum while channeling the kid in me, scroll down!






Art In Island

Entrance Fee:
Php 500.00 – Adult
Php 400.00 – Senior Citizen and Student with ID
*3 feet below is free
*Group of 15 can avail 20% discount
*Birthday celebrant is free a day before / a day after.

Location
175 15th Ave., Brgy. Socorro, Cubao, Quezon City

Operating Hours
Tuesdays to Sundays and Holidays from 09:30 AM to 09:30 PM.

Contact Details
https://www.facebook.com/artinisland/
+63 2 421 1356
artinisland@gmail.com

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Author: Dianne

She graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering. A full time IT Specialist based in Manila, Philippines who enjoys designing, reading and blogging. She fuels her day with a cup of good coffee in the morning and concludes the night thinking about life.