Pinto Art Museum, Antipolo City

Categories: Art Galleries, Museums, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4.5/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web
Nestled amid lush landscaped gardens, Pinto Art Museum features works by modern and contemporary artists in open-air, Mediterranean-style villas. Art installations here merge with elements of nature, instead of hanging rigidly from the gallery walls. Walk the green lawns dotted with stone, metal, and wax statues, and look for a meditation garden behind a white chapel. When you find it, inspect the drawers with anonymous letters written by visitors and dedicated to their lost loves--an interactive art project run by the museum. The galleries boast many pieces of mixed media art, oil paintings, embroidery, and wire sculptures, as well as traditional Philippine paintings showing scenes from everyday life. Make Pinto Art Museum a centerpiece of your Antipolo City vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Antipolo City itinerary builder.
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  • I enjoyed going through all the galleries and there were many things to see and enjoy. I also like the variety of what is in there. There were not just paintings, I enjoyed seeing the sculptures and e...  read more »
  • Though it rained when we were there it didn't stop us from enjoying the place. Galleries show works of talented Filipino artist. It's a must for art enthusiasts! 
  • I loved the fact that this gallery was built on rolling hills. It made for an insteresting display for the artworks. The art werent only beautiful but also interactive and gane interesting photo stori...  read more »
  • Never thought that I would really look at art and appreciate it. This is a great place to renew the mind and appreciate all kinds of art. The place is quite huge and the collection are really nice. If you are looking for a quick get away from the noise of the city and the usual hang outs, this is a great place to go. Visited March 2014
  • Great place for art lovers, features young and local artists..the garden, architecture blends well with the artworks...a lot of contemporary arts using various media, degree of expression.. youll find better quality artworks in established museums and galleries in manila.. crowded during weekends.. avoid the restaurant if u can..service is prepared to walk up and down steep and long concrete stairs..
  • Have it on your next stop over..when you visit Antipolo.. Great galleries..modern,contemporary and abstract.. Must see the big long wall painting at the 2nd gallery..
  • Pinto is like an art sanctuary near the Metro. It's 1.3 hectares that houses a lot of art pieces. Literally, there's a piece in every corner of the establishment. You can also hold events like weddings in Pinto. I recommend that you spend at least 4 hours touring the place and eat there so that you get to really soak in the vibe of the place. There are cafes and restaurants to choose from. Parking may be a bit tricky in the area since you'll have to park on the streets and there's not much space. You should go there early to ensure that you get a near parking spot.
  • The place was cozy and I loved the calming feeling which resonated from every corner. It was much of a house which I dreamed of having and art-wise, it appeared to me that the pieces culminated the place even more.
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