Art in Island, Quezon City

4.5
At Art in Island, you'll never get tired of posing for fun and whacky photos against incredible 3D paintings. Explore the museum, which contains more 3D paintings than any other museum in Asia, and enjoy a fully interactive experience, where taking photos is encouraged. Children and adults alike will revel in these optical illusions. Have some fun and create some hilarious photos and memories to take home with you. You’ll have the opportunity to climb inside an alligator’s mouth, surf a wave, or try to break out of a prison cell. Shoes aren’t permitted in the museum, so bring along slippers (or socks with grip) to avoid going barefoot. Plan to visit Art in Island and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Quezon City attractions using our Quezon City tour planner .
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  • Art in Island is founded by 19 Koreans master painters and they painted each art with their time, dedication and heart to finished it. Each paintings are handcrafted and it's really amazing. You can m...  more »
  • Great place to hang around if you are into painting. All of the displays are quite awesome, some are mind boggling, they are almost surreal! Staffs were nice, the place is cool..A budget and personali...  more »
  • We are not a photographing family so it was a bit surprising how much fun we had taking pictures in this museum. All the art was accessible and although there were a lot of visitors, you will always b...  more »
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  • I enjoyed this place with my wife and kids. The paintings are very well created that I really amazed of its mastery how it looks 3D and somehow real when shot from a camera. The place is clean overall. It also has a little restaurant. All the people inside are smiling an seems enjoying the place they have been. Good job!
  • Great place I like it because of the artworks by famous painters and those who imagined history. However I don’t recommend the show which is about god. Unless you’re a Christian as it got boring to me because I’m an atheist. Also don’t ask the staff painting information they don’t know about it. I had a question to answer on my field trip to ask staff about information about a painting I asked about a Van Gogh painting and she doesn’t know. Although I still recommend to go there though.
  • Nag enjoy ang mga bata. Medyo crowded lang at ang hirap mag picture kasi madaming nadaan. But it was a fun experience lalo n ung light show.
  • The restaurant has pathetic customer service. Additionally, the artworks present weren’t anything special. There wasn’t any substance or quality to it. Absolutely a waste of money! We even had to remove our shoes and wear socks in their restrooms! Disgusting!
  • Worth going to, very interesting displays and setups. You must bring a camera because there are lots of photo opportunities. Parking is readily available :)

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