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Museo Orlina, Tagaytay

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The main accommodations of Tagaytay sit along the ridge that forms the spine of the town. The road that snakes its way along here contains many of the restaurants, services, and urban attractions of Tagaytay, so the ridge represents the town center, unfurled. You'll find hotels of great variety along the ridge, as well as some simple guesthouses and hostels. Set back from here, some larger resorts make use of the increase in space by offering wellness-retreat-style accommodation, fine-dining restaurants, and rental apartments.
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  • I have never seen glass art. I remember we had to pay around 50-70PHP. IT was not the expensive. The glass displays were shown well. I hope there was more to it.  more »
  • Fascinated with art made of glass in different shapes and forms. Orlina masterpiece are displayed here and are all very unique and each piece tells a story. Love the colorful vintage car displayed at ...  more »
  • It's my first time to see such fabulous pieces. The 100 pesos entrance fee is worth it for all the collection that your eyes will feast on.  more »
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  • I'm very happy to see the artistry of Orlina... His works of art are outstanding. Another must see when in Tagaytay.
  • Glass sculpture at it's best. Amazing how this medium of art started. Very unique. We have to pay P100 bucks entrance fee. Worth the visit.
  • The museum is unique and different from all the other museums I've been to. Glass works are exceptional. Mr Orlina is highly talented, no doubt about that. The museum also promotes local talents by having exhibits of their works at the gallery.
  • Went here last November 22 (Tuesday) knowing that it's closed on Mondays and I was so sure about it. To my surprise, one of the caretakers said they're closed that day. I left very disappointed. I traveled all the way from Manila for nothing. Hope I can come back soon. Next time, I'll probably call their office before visiting.
  • A four-storey museum exhibiting the glass works of Filipino sculpture and architect Ramon Orlina. The roofdeck offers a view of the Taal Lake.