Pinto Art Museum | A Door to Art Haven

Art isn’t just a masterpiece drawn or painted in a canvas. There are other mediums and forms of art, like sculptures (metal, wood or stone), landscape design, architecture, etc  – and all of that could be seen at Pinto Art Museum.
The museum is an assemblage of over 300 modern paintings, sculptures, and art installations by various local artists. It is located at 1 Sierra Madre St., Grand Heights, Antipolo, Rizal
It is an art haven, every corner are picture-worthy and the installations are really refreshing to the eyes.

Untitled-1So, the museum is a gallery of doors. Just kidding! This 1.2 hectare consists of several galleries of contemporary art.

Some artworks at the garden.
And the one in the upper right frame is not a Trojan Horse. It is an adult sized rocking horse made of steel.
The museum also offers packages for prenuptial shoots & private events
Zuma and friend.
Don’t you wish your wheelchair was hot like this?
Aren’t we all?
Fifty shades of cray cray
Erotica gallery
Feminist art sculptures
This is my favorite gallery – the white wall compliment the art installationsIMG_0208
Wired (not weird)
iiiiiGlass versions of film negatives
Exhausted but we’re still rocking it. This is a great place to enjoy art and to be also an art.
Entrance Ticket Rates:
Regular: Php 180
Senior Citizen: Php 150
Students with ID: Php 100
3 years old below: FREE
Museum Hours: Tuesday – Sunday from 9am to 6pm
How to go there:
By public transportation – what we did (coming From Ortigas area):
Ride a jeep/FX going to Antipolo (there is a terminal at SM Megamall Parking area – Fashion Hall side). The FX fare costs P50.00
Once you reach the Ynares Center, take a tricycle and ask the driver to take you to Grand Heights Subdivision. Tricycle fare costs P10.00 per person.
By car / private vehicle:
From Quezon City, go to Aurora Boulevard and take the route going to Marikina.
Drive along Marcos Highway heading to Antipolo.
Turn right on Felix Avenue (the corner with Robinson’s Metro East & Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall).
Turn left when you reach Ortigas Avenue Extension.
Turn left at the rotunda leading to either Antipolo or Taytay Diversion Road.
Follow the Ortigas Avenue Extension road which will eventually become L. Sumulong Memorial Circle.
There will be a small sign on the right side of the road pointing to Grand Heights and Pinto Art Museum.
Or you could just use the Waze App. 🙂
Photo Shoot Rates:
Php 7,500: Upper garden, lower garden and Indigenous Art Museum; Php 15,000: Upper garden, lower garden, Indigenous Art Museum and the new museum wing door
*For inquiries regarding prenuptial shoots and private events, please call 6971015


Add yours →

  1. Hit the follow button because your blog is truly amazing!!! Planning on going here really soon because of your post. Thank you!


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: