(SPOT.ph) The Mind Museum is one of the best museums in the Metro with over 250 interactive exhibits, but gaining entry comes at a high price—P625 for a three-hour visit, to be exact.
Fortunately for us, The Mind Museum is now offering a more wallet-friendly option for those who still wish to experience the wonders of science. For only P100, visitors can have access to its outdoor exhibit called Science-in-the-Park.
Meanwhile, museum ticket holders are free to explore Science-in-the-Park on the day of their visit.
Like The Mind Museum, Science-in-the-Park is open from Wednesday to Sunday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tickets for this exhibit are available at the onsite ticket booth.
How much to enter The Mind Museum Science-in-the-Park
Science-in-the-Park is composed of four playful themes: Water, Math, Music, and Living. It’s best for curious kids who want to want to soak in nature’s elements by way of sunlight, wind, water, and greenery. Even adults can have fun here.
There are slides, giant bubble machines, squirt guns, kaleidoscopes, and more.
Science-in-the-Park has actually been around since The Mind Museum opened in 2012, but it has been relaunched as a standalone exhibit for those who are on a budget.
Check out the new and improved Science-in-the-Park below:
The Mind Museum is at J.Y. Campos Park, 3rd Avenue, Taguig. For more information, visit the website.