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Art in Island, Quezon City

Categories: Art Museums, Museums
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4.5/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
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. Using our world travel planner, Quezon City attractions like Art in Island can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Entertaining interactive paintings. My kids were bummed out knowing we had to leave the comforts of the hotel for awhile to visit this place. But when we got there, they were so happy. Be creative, th...  read more »
  • This place ,art lover can offers a lot .Kids and kids at heart will definitely appreciated the paintings and the view.Some artwork can tell you a big story.Some is really funny and will give you an aw...  read more »
  • What more can you do when there's a whole building full of eye popping 3D art? Let loose and just have fun. You have to leave your inhibition by the door and just be wacky. That's what we all did. Fro...  read more »
  • Fantastic place for the family to appreciate art and be part of the works of art as you figure out how to make the best selfie/wefie/groufie! The paintings will bring out the creativity in each one. It's a huge place so it will take hours of exploration. It's indoors and airconditioned so the weather is not an issue. Just make sure to wear socks as you cannot walk barefoot inside. There are not so many staff members available to take pictures of guests with their companions. Food choices are very limited as well despite the captured market.
  • Nice place to go .. .M.M.M. Masarap, Masaya at Mahanadi.. try it..
  • This is the only museum in the Philippines that features great trompe l'oeil, all painted by Korean artists. It is a must-visit especially for artists who are concerned with the creation of multiple perspective, sfumato (atmospheric perspective), tensions between colors, the illusions of advancing and receding, shadows, and the value that good lighting plays in visual perception. I hope that the museum has room for expansion. Its gallery does not yet include the fabulous stereograms that were in vogue in the 90s and images illustrating the various principles of Gestalt psychology. I also believe that it is at present too heavily biased toward European art and Catholic imagery. It would greatly benefit from the addition of more art from Southeast Asia (Japanese woodcuts, Chinese brush paintings, Tibetan thangkas, Cambodian temple art, mandalas, labyrinths, mazes, and famous spots in Southeast Asia). It will then truly be considered unique by the entire world.
  • Awesome 3D Art experience! The kids enjoyed posing on the walls and floors and you can see their pictures' backdrops come alive!
  • Free pa rin ba pag birthday mo?
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