A trip to a museum always guarantees a great time. It gives us the opportunity to travel back in time or marvel at the creative genius of the artists.
In Quezon City, Philippines, there is a museum that is a fun place to visit. The place is called Art In Island, a 3D museum that houses 50 murals created by Korean artists. These murals show depth when photographed at certain angles, and visitors can have a great time using these murals as backdrops for their selfie photos. It would seem like you are actually in the mural itself.
Art In Island is different from other museums because it is interactive and touching/photographing the murals are allowed and even encouraged by the museum staff.
My sister and her daughter, together with some friends visited this unique museum recently. I wished I was able to go with them. It would have been so much fun!
Anyway, I am sharing some of the photos they took while they were there.
|My sister Rochelle and her mommy friends|
|My 10 year old niece Tyra|
|She's naturally shy, but not today! Hahaha.|
|Amazing backdrops = Awesome photos!|
Art in Island Museum is located at 175 15th Avenue, Baranggay Socorro, Quezon City. They are open Tuesdays to Sundays, and Holidays, from 9:30 am to 9:30 pm. Entrance fees are Php 500 (US$ 10.81) for adults, and Php 400 (US$ 8.65) for students. Children below 3 feet tall get free entrance. They also offer special discounts for senior citizens and persons with disabilities.
If you are anywhere near the area, make sure to drop by for a one of a kind experience!
Check out their Facebook page too - https://www.facebook.com/artinisland/ and feel free to upload your photos!