It was an unassuming afternoon when I dragged my parents to Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo late last year.
I've always wanted to visit Pinto Art Museum, but I hardly ever had anyone to accompany me. So when my parents had some time to spare, I jumped at the chance and drove us to Antipolo like a madwoman - well, no, not really. Haha!
Pinto Art Museum is located in an almost hidden subdivision opposite the street from Ynares Sports Center. If you're driving up from Ortigas, just slow down and start asking the tricycle drivers for Grand Heights Subdivision as soon as you're across the street from Ynares Sports Center. The last time I was there, there was a small signage outside the street that led to the subdivision, so if you weren't really looking, you probably won't really notice it.
They don't have a parking lot, but the subdivision allows visitors to park along the street. There aren't many houses near Pinto Art Museum, nor are there many people loitering the streets, but it's still best to ensure you don't leave anything valuable inside your vehicles.
Pinto Art Museum
Tired from Walking?
|I'm not sure if you can sit here. There's no "Please do not sit" sign anywhere though. Hehe!|