At the Art in Island Museum, you don’t just admire the paintings, you become a part of them! One of the biggest 3D interactive art museums in the world, Art in Island allows guests to freely touch and interact with the lifelike wall-to-floor paintings. You can have your picture taken by the staff while doing different poses in each of the 12 zones, which includes the 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.
Then, go explore the Media Art Show where the paintings come to life! Don't forget to check out the newest art zone called “Hiwaga,” which showcases Philippine treasures that glow in the dark. What’re you waiting for? Go p-ART-y with your friends and family at the Art in Island Museum!
Why settle for admiring an exquisite piece of art from afar when you can be a part of it? At the Art in Island museum, this is made possible. Thanks to the over 100 floor-to-wall paintings that are designed to give you optical illusions. This will make you look like you’re a part of the painting once you take a photo with it! There are stickers on the floor to mark where the photographer should stand and all you have to do is you strike the most creative pose you can think of. Don’t forget the best facial reaction you can come up with - the wackier the better! Make your way through the 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, and snap away! Watch a synchronized presentation of music and lights in the Media Art Show where the paintings come to life. Art in Island’s entrance fee this 2019 is only at P500, but you can get it on promo when you book here at Traveloka Xperience!
The Art in Island is located at Cubao, Quezon City. Here are the ways how you can go there and be a part of something big.
This 3D art museum in Cubao is open every Tuesdays to Sundays from 9:30 AM to 9:30 PM. They’re usually closed on Mondays, but are open when a holiday falls on a Monday. Visit them on weekends and holidays, or whenever your kids are available because this museum is best experienced with the whole family.
Don't forget to bring a camera, socks, a jacket, and your friends and family!
You cannot bring food, drinks, a tripod, and pets when going to the Art in Island Museum.
Before entering the museum, you will be asked to take your shoes off. You can deposit your shoes on the shoe counter available. You can walk around either barefoot or in socks while touring the museum or you can also bring and use your bedroom slippers. They also have slippers socks for sale for 150 pesos.
No. Camera flashes are not allowed at the Art In Island Museum since it will affect the illusion that the 3D paintings bring.
Yes! Art in Island museum has its own parking space.