We went to Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo last Holy Week. It was an unplanned visit but we were pleased that our trip to Antipolo was hassle-free and traffic-free.
When we arrived at the place, we immediately liked the ambiance and the architecture. It wasn’t crowded and there were many paintings to see. They were made of different mediums and different sizes.
We spent about 2 hours in the entire museum. Be sure to bring fans and be ready for some heat. The entrance ticket price of 150 pesos for adults and 75 for kids was worth it!