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The Mind Museum, Taguig City

(3.6/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
Watch science come to life at The Mind Museum. The museum's exhibit area covers 4,900 sq m (53,000 sq ft), and contains five themed galleries dedicated to atoms, life, Earth, the universe, and technology. The design for the building takes inspiration from the cellular structure, and the building has a solar reflective exterior and natural wind ventilation. See some of the live demonstrations, participate in interactive exhibitions, and build your own fossil. Round out your experience with a visit to the planetarium or 3D cinema. Make The Mind Museum part of your personalized Taguig City itinerary using our Taguig City trip itinerary builder.
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  • I visited with my family during the 3pm-6pm session and thankfully enough it was pretty quiet. The museum is a cool interactive experience, but in saying that, there was A LOT to read. There would be ...  more »
  • So me and my boyfriend spent our Monthsary being nerdy lol. At first he wasn't up to it since he's not a science buff or anything but in the end he enjoyed exploring the place like a kid going to a th...  more »
  • We bought ticket for 1 day pass, but you can go around the place for 3 hours, small place, you need to take time to read and digest the information posted all over the place to enjoy it. you need not ...  more »
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  • Fair to say it looks bigger outside than it is inside, tickets aren't cheap based on what they really can offer inside but it's good for my son as he seems to enjoy it. We were there from 9-12 and he enjoyed two sciences shows, one about colour and one about pressure. For a 2.5 years old kid, he seems to learn something new. Also they are doing the Dinosaurs fun outside, we got the tickets for that too. He absolutely loves it but it's a bit too hot outside and lots of flies. All in all, kid loves it as they don't have expectation for anything anyway, for me, nice to seeing him doing something new with a big smile. Priceless.
  • The entrance fee is costly. But it's worth it. I love the place, the techs, the sculptures and everything. It is a must visit museum for everyone who wants to learn something new. This museum can be considered as world class
  • Kulang sa maintenance, yung ibang equipment di naman gumagana. Siguro nung bago ok dito. DON'T go for the 3-4 hours admission kasi sa loob ng 1 hour+ nalibot mo na lahat.
  • Despite interesting setup and comprehensive science topics, it was dissappointing. Many interactive exhibits were not functioning properly. It was also confusing where to start in the museum. Numbered markers to indicate the route to follow would have helped.
  • Was excited to see such a place in Manila, since there were only a few city parks and playground around the metro. The Museum's futuristic aesthetic was eye catching, once you get in though it felt empty and you couldnt help but wonder if "that's it?" "that was all they could think of putting into a beautifully crafted place like this?" We felt that we wanted a refund. Some of the interactive tools were not working and only a few personnel were available to answer questions or guide you. We were so looking forward to seeing "current" and "new" tech" but didnt find any. We did enjoy the outdoor playground, and was happy they had one. After 2 yrs we decided to give it another chance, but sadly everything was the same.