Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo reopens doors to public

Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo reopens doors to public

The most Instagrammable art spot in Antipolo is reopening its doors!

On Facebook, the Pinto Art Museum announced that it will be welcoming the public again this September.

The museum was among the establishments that temporarily closed down amid the coronavirus pandemic.

As it reopens, it shared that it will be implementing a set of “new normal” guidelines.

Aside from only allowing entry to visitors who wear masks, the museum also shared that it will enforce visitors to fill out and submit a health declaration form before leaving.

Thermo scanners will be placed at the entrance and alcohol dispensers will be placed on numerous spots within. Aside from no eating and drinking inside, children, senior citizens and immunocompromised guests are “highly discouraged” to visit.

Walk-ins are welcomed and the museum tickets are priced at P250 for regular guests and P125 for students with proper IDs.

Known for its IG-worthy location and artworks, Pinto Art Museum will be open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m to 5 p.m. — Kaela Malig

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