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Museo Pambata; Happy Learning Place for Children

My kids and I loves going places to discover as a family. I enjoy observing their look when they discover new things and when they are too curious with their surroundings. This is one of the joys of motherhood that I am very proud of and that I get to witness each of it.

Since my kids are homeschooled, few trips to educational places are always on my list. I always see to it to be able to take them whenever time and budget permits. I have been on the look for places where I can take them and admittedly, some of it is not yet appropriate for their age.

But good thing there was an invite with one of the places I have been wanting to go to which also tickled my curiosity, which is the Museo Pambata (Children;s Museum). Admittedly, when I was in grade school, there were only limited places where we go to especially during our educational tours. This is the very first time that I have been to a museum intended for children, as an adult. Yes.

In the morning, I was able to attend the media event where they showcased different activities in the museum. I knew very well that the kids would enjoy it as much as I did. It was like a playhouse that I ever dreamed of when I was a kid and the only difference is this was reality. In the afternoon, me and my kids had to go back for them to experience what it is to be in a “child’s museum.”

Here are the reasons why paying a visit to the children’s museum is a must:

  • Promotes Pretend Play. There was a section there wherein you can be anyone you would like to be--barber, vendor, pharmacist, baker, fireman and etc. It was a dream for every child to have such pretend play.


  • Promotes Love for Books. I must admit, their library was a love at first sight! They have lots of books to choose from and if only I had the big space in our home, I would transform the kids’ room into that. It was so cozy that I never want to leave the area anymore.
  • Science Explained. Yes, my love for science will always be there. I love how they illustrated everything into almost reality. By the time when I have to make illustrations as to how to explain to the kids what is really happening in our human body and our world, I know the place to visit already.


  • Promotes Philippine Culture. In order for us to appreciate our country, we have to know our Philippine Culture. But you know what? It was my least favorite subject back when I was in school. I never really get to appreciate it not until when I stated traveling the country and understanding each culture. Now I know Philippines is a beautiful country and has a rich culture to boast.


Good news! If you ran out of ideas where to celebrate your kids’ birthday party, you can consider this place too! You may inquire through their phone numbers or the email provided below. A good idea where your kids can have fun and learn as well.

If you want to experience what Museo Pambata has to offer, you can simply pay them a visit. The museum is located at Roxas Boulevard corner South Drive, Manila, Philippines.

Tel Nos: 02-523-1797/98 or 536-0595

Fees: 
  • Children (2yrs and above) and Adults: Php 150.00
  • Manila Residents with Valid ID: Free on Tuesdays and 50% off on other days.
  • Museum workers and teaching staff with valid ID: Free
  • Groups with 30 people can avail a special discount.


Operating hours: 
Tuesday to Saturday: 8am – 5pm; September to February
                              9am – 5pm; March to August
Sundays: 1pm – 5pm

*The museum is closed on Mondays and other holidays

Please note:
  • Food is not allowed inside.
  • Parking spaces for visitors are available.
  • Photograph taking is allowed, however it is prohibited is used for commercial purposes.
  • Wheelchairs can access a ramp and elevator.

If you want to keep updated of their latest activities, please do follow them at their facebook page, twitter and on instagram.

Have you been to the museum? Share your experience below.





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