In celebration of Andres Bonifacio’s 150th year, The Mind Museum joined Bonifacio Global City’s Passionfest with “Science sa Plaza“. Mind Museum’s Cafe Scientific also had a presentation entitled “Why should Pinoys bother with Science?” with guest scientists,including those from Phivolcs, Pagasa and The Manila Observatory. Maria Isabel Garcia, Dr Gemma Narisma, Dr Gerry Bagtasa and Dr Renato Solidum discussed very timely and important issues – climate change, science culture in the Philippines, and a whole lot more! Glad they made this discussion open to the public!
The Mind Museum is a project of the non-profit Bonifacio Art Foundation, Inc. It is dedicated to providing an extraordinary educational experience that inspires the public understanding of science.
This 8,000 square meters museum boast about their uniquely Filipino concept.
When I entered the museum, I felt that I was eight years old again! There were 250 interactive exhibits through five interconnected stories.
Every exhibit were pretty fascinating. “The Majesty of the Universe” was my favorite!
I was also lucky to visit Da Vinci: The Genius‘ last day of exhibit.
It can get really busy at weekends, but even so I was still able to enjoy the exhibits.
Cafe is also available inside the museum so you won’t have to worry about your growling stomach after hours of wandering. Their restrooms are clean too.
In line with the Christmas season, The Mind Museum is running a promotion! You can get the museum all-day passes for only Php450!
You can also share the Mind Museum experience by sponsoring a child. Details here.
Geek or not, every Filipino should visit The Mind Museum.