Looking for an interactive activity this weekend? Check out Art in Island, a 3D Interactive Art Museum, located in Cubao, Quezon City. It is perfect for couples, friends and families. It has the largest collection of 3D Art paintings that are visually appealing to all ages . The paintings are displayed in 12 art zones namely Optical Illusion Zone, Object Art Zone, Aqua Zone, Animal Zone, Masterpiece Zone, Central Hall, European Zone, Religion Zone, Winter and Christmas Zone, Love Zone, and Fantasy Zone
Unlike other museums where you just view and take pictures of the artwork, Art in Island allows you to touch, stand on and pose as part of the painting.
Before you head over to Art in Island and start a photography frenzy, here are some things you should know.
Check online for the best ticket prices
While you can avail of the regular prices on-site, it is worthwhile to know that you have several options online to avail of discounts. Check out Klook, Travelbook.ph and Traveloka for the best deals available at the time of your visit.
On-Site Ticket Rates
Wear or bring your socks with you
You are expected to surrender your shoes or sandals at the counter near the entrance. All guests should wear socks while touring the museum. In case if you forget your pair of socks, you can buy Art in Island skid-free socks for P150.
Have Fun and be Creative
To take the best photo, look for the “Photo Point” which is the best location to take pictures from. You may mimic the sample poses shown in the pictures posted in each photo area or better yet strike your own pose.
Let your creativity and imagination lead the fun!
Here are some of pictures we took:
Start the tour with a full tummy
For sure, you will literally spend hours inside Art In Island so it is best to come in with a full tummy and lots of energy. But don’t worry, you can grab snacks and drinks at the cafe in the second floor. There’s also another cafe at the ground level after you have exited the second floor exhibit.
Check out their attraction: Hiwaga Art Zone
Hiwaga Art Zone features a glow-in-the-dark and moving paintings showcasing Philippine landscapes, animals and festivities. I would recommend paying a little extra on top of the Art In Island attraction ticket to see this attraction.
Don’t miss the Art displays outside
There are paintings and art pieces outside the building so don’t forget to take pictures there too.
Immerse yourself in this interactive museum and for sure you’ll have hundreds of photo to remember the visit by.
Till my next blogpost,
ART IN ISLAND
5th Avenue, Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines (At the back of Cubao Expo)
Telephone: +632 8 421-1356
Facebook: Art in Island
Operating Hours: 9:30 AM to 9:30 PM
Maximum of 120 people at any one time.
Closed on Mondays
Entrance Fee: P500/head walk-in, P400/head for students
Entrace Fee with Hiraya Art Access: P700/head walk-in , P600/head for students
Note: This is not a sponsored post.
One thought on “Art in Island – Where you become part of Art”
My eldest son really enjoyed the Art in Island nung field trip nila. Hoping we could bring his siblings too next time after the quarantine. Ang amazing lang din nung hiwaga attraction..sobrang maeenjoy ng mga bagets and feeling ko ako rin haha another good read ito momsh. Good job!