Saturday, May 7, 2016

Bonifacio Global City, Taguig: A Mind Boggling Trip To The Mind Museum

Last last year, I asked my cousin if I could bring his son, my nephew, to visit The Mind Museum.  I love kids, I remember when my older cousin would bring us to places like this, thus,  I wanted them to experience it as well.

Mind Museum tickets
First stop - the Science in the Park.  Science-in-the-Park is the outdoor interactive part of Mind Museum.  We stayed here for about an hour or so because Prince really enjoyed the place. It's like an educational playground.  Expect scorching heat from the sun so kindy bring your favorite shades such as Oakley. Look for more Oakley products at Zalora by clicking here.  

entrance to Science in the Park

bubbles!

Prince enjoying what he's seeing

that musical chairs 

slide with drums


Aedi, the robot, will welcome you upon entrance.


We went to the Universe gallery, inside showcases the galaxy and everything about outer space.  This is my favorite part especially how moon is being presented.




This Tunnelcraft connects the Universe Gallery and the Earth Gallery, this rotating tunnel features imagery from the Hubble telescope to simulate travel between outer space and Earth. Prince totally loved this area.


This is Earth gallery where a huge T-Rex will greet you.


me under it

Went up and even the escalator is part of the whole exploration.


The Technology gallery is also a great area, I like the idea how old  and new technology can be that interactive for kids to enjoy.





Haha! Prince knew how to document a trip :)

The Life Gallery

The next one is journey to life.  The boys enjoyed this area as well.




Inner-Space Track - A corridor featuring projections of unzipping DNA connects the Atom and Life Galleries to understand that animated life is made up of particles.

Mind Museum is a happy place for kids and even for adults.  Give it a try, it is fun and educational at the same time. For rates and visiting hours, kindly visit http://www.themindmuseum.org/ for further information.

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7 comments:

Julie - Manila said...

I have always wanted to go to a museum with my kids but never had a chance. This one is interesting as it showcases different things. How much was the entrance fee po? I am interviewing top pinoy travel bloggers and I found you. Are you open for an interview? Kindly let me know if you're interested, email is jacarandatravels@gmail.com. Thank you :)

Anonymous said...

An afternoon well spent! Instead of the usual (malling, eating out, etc.), this is a productive way to spent time with the family.
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Kimberly Zuniega said...


Hi,

My name is Kim of Jacaranda Travels I saw your blog while looking top travel bloggers in the Philippines.
This Mind Museum is look nice, mukhang enjoy na enjoy ng anak ng cousin mo yung pagpiplay. Its nice travel when go with your Relatives.

I was hoping if you are interested for an interview that we will post on our business travel blog at www.jacarandatravels.com (facebok page at www.fb.com/jacarandatravels).
Thank you, hoping for your positive reply.


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Hotel in Clark said...

My son and I will go to Bonifacaio Global City this coming December and we'll try to go there specially my son really love to see bubbles and experience 3d.

Darren Rowse said...

This is realy great advice .These travel tips are going to come in very handy next year when I move to there!!.Thanks for this post!

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