(SPOT.ph) Today we are celebrating International Museum Day. Every year on May 18, we look into our country's many museums and galleries and acknowledge what they bring to the discourse on arts, humanities, and science. And while it isn't a national holiday or a big celebration in the mainstream, many galleries and museums make it an opportunity to share their collections with the world for free. It's that time of the year again when our favorite museums waive their entrance fees and let us roam their halls for free. One museum participating in International Museum Day's festivities is Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo. Yup, the famed Antipolo museum is opening its doors to guests for free for one day only next week!
Enjoy Pinto Art Museum for free for one day only:
On Tuesday, May 23, guests can roam around Pinto Art Museum's many galleries and namjoon the day away for free from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
As of writing, no advanced registration nor waitlist system has been announced, but we suggest getting there early as the lines are sure to be long for this one-day affair.
Pinto Art Museum is an exhibition space and contemporary museum located in the pilgrimage city of Antipolo. The museum was founded in 2010 to publicly exhibit the art collection of Filipino neurologist and patron of the arts Dr. Joven Cuanang.
Pinto Art Museum is at 1 Sierra Madre Street, Grand Heights Road,
Antipolo, Rizal. Regular entrance fees are P250 for adults, P200 for senior citizens and PWDs, and P125 for students. For more information, visit Pinto Art Museum's Facebook page.