Although adults often come here with excited children in tow, it is not always the kids who wear the widest grins. At this ... More
Although adults often come here with excited children in tow, it is not always the kids who wear the widest grins. At this "hands-on" museum, visitors are encouraged to touch, smell, listen and feel numerous themed exhibits. To name but two examples, Old Manila features "talking telephones" that allow the listener to hear a national hero introduce himself, while Bodyworks introduces various parts of the body through over-sized models that can be assembled and reassembled. Devote at least half a day to this highly entertaining and informative museum.
It's the perfect place to bring the young and young at heart to. I've been to this museum several times. You can even have a kiddie party held at their function room!
What's most enjoyable about this place is the interaction you get to do with all their exhibits. And If your lucky, you'll find a somewhat hidden saints display inside the museum (That's my favorite part of it).
Even better they have live shows such as plays, shadow puppet shows and all sorts. May sure you give them a call to find out their scheduled shows to have a more fun time at the Museum.
our kids aged 7 and 10 enjoyed the various themed displays/rooms. Their favorite was the room about the human body. Other attractions were about musical instruments, space, sports and history. Guaranteed kiddie fun!
I loved everything about it! If you have not went to Museo Pambata, I suggest you go there. If you are not in Manila, Please that is the one of the twenty things i would do there. It is so fun for everyone. I liked everything about Museo Pambata! I Give it 10 out of 10!
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