Pintô Art Museum Is Reopening All Their Galleries This Week
Mark your calendars!
(SPOT.ph) As Metro Manila gradually reopens indoor and outdoor attractions, destinations near the city are getting ready to welcome visitors who have been in lockdown for too long. Pintô Art Museum in Antipolo, Rizal, for example, announced today, October 19, that they're "reopening all [their] galleries to visitors" starting October 20, Wednesday.
Gallery hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., from Tuesday to Sunday; and admission fee is now at P250 for regular visitors, P200 for senior citizens, and P125 for children and students. Walk-ins are allowed.
These are Pintô Art Museum's "New Normal Guidelines" which were released in September 2020:
- Bringing of children, infants, senior citizens, and immunocompromised guests is highly discouraged.
- Thermoscanner is used at every entrance of the museum.
- Alcohol dispensers are placed around the museum.
- Guests will need to fill out and submit a health declaration form before leaving the museum. This will be given at the entrance.
- No face mask, no entry.
- No bringing of large bags (there are no baggage counters)
- No smoking and spitting
- No food and drinks
- No pets allowed
- No loitering
Pintô Art Museum—with their labyrinth-like corridors, well-maintained lawns, gardens, and picture-worthy lounges—was listed as one of the "World’s Most Instagrammed Museums" by ArtNet. They just added a new wing called Gallery 7 in January 2020. Pintô Gardens, Pintô Arboretum, and Cafe Rizal by Papermill are also open.
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