Manila children’s museum Museo Pambata reopens to public

Manila children's museum
The Philippines’ first interactive children’s museum, Museo Pambata, will reopen to the public after more than two years. Photo from Museo Pambata FB.

Manila’s popular children’s museum Museo Pambata is reopening its doors to the public this September 2022.

The Philippines’ first interactive children’s museum is ready to welcome visitors again more than two years after being forced to close temporarily due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Museo Pambata announced its new spaces on its official Facebook page.

Museum tours, art workshops, a children’s bazaar, busking, and more, can also be expected on its reopening day, according to the museum’s management.

The museum officially reopens to the public on September 25, 2022.

Visitors will be able to explore the museum for PHP450 per person.

The museum’s Facebook page also encouraged visitors to secure their slots and book their visits in advance through their reservation form.

The Museo Pambata reservation slots for the opening day has been filled up as of this writing. The public is advised to check the museum socials for further announcements on reopening slots.

Museo Pambata is a children’s interactive museum, children’s library, and playground – the first of its kind in the Philippines.

Cartellino’s online art drive First Edition raised funds for Filipino children’s welfare and Museo Pambata last year.

The National Museum of the Philippines in Manila earlier reopened its doors to visitors with new safety guidelines and extended its visiting hours for Filipino heritage learners.

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