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The Mind Museum is a science museum in Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines. It is located on a 1.2-hectare (3.0-acre) lot in the J. Y. Campos Park in Bonifacio Global City, a business district of the city.
|Tuesday||9:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Wednesday||9:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Thursday||9:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Friday||9:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Saturday||9:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Sunday||9:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
It is not only informative but more so it is interactive! They have inside the actual earthquake simulator and space tunnel. Kids and kids at heart will definitely enjoy this place. They have stairs that function like a piano. It is more than what we expect and paid for.
Nice experience for my whole family! The kids loved all the exhibits. Though a bit pricey, it is a good run for the buck especially when you invest knowledge to your kids. The staff were very helpful. I highly recommend that when you visit the place, be early and get the while day pass. Loved the experiments done by their scientist staff, being interactive and kid friendly. Kudos to this place for bringing science to kids in a fun way.
terrific place to bring kids too. remember to avail of their birthday month promo so that you could get free ticket passes. give at least two to three hours of time allowance to explore the whole museum....
One of the best science museums in the country. Perfect for family outing with kids! 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 PROS: lot of interactive arts, portrays real-life scenarios, they have mini shows (aka science in action), clean, CONS: some of the interactive arts were not working, too dark on some of the exhibit areas, not wheel chair accessible...
One of the few museums in Manila, this is geared for kids and young minds. It is ideal for group tours making it perfect for school outings. The features inside change every so often. The ticket price is relatively cheap and good value. Parking is available at the parking lots nearby but they are always full because of the nearby offices so you're better off parking at burgos circle
It's a very large building but I feel like there should be more exhibits, and existing exhihits should be made better. Not a fan of all the screens near the front with so much text. It's not an attention-grabber. We like the Physics/Chemistry section but all other exhibits could use some more creative presentations.
I loved the interactive concept for a musuem. It makes the visit worthwhile and unforgettable. For future visitors, you must have plenty of energy and curiosity to fully enjoy the spectacles there. Well recommended for family and group visits. 👍👍👍👍👍
The museum overall is not bad, aimed for children. It is similar to a park or a playground, good for children to run mindlessly playing with whatever they get thier hands on. Unlike other similar museums where they encourage the children to experiment and learn, they are overwhelmed in some areas with a lot of complicated machines and a long written explanations. What made the visit more disappointing is that it didn't have any activities for adults. Most of the subjects covered are basic and elementary. My recommendation is to visit with your children. The area around the museum is nice, you can easily walk to "market market!" and enjoy the area after your visit.
This place is a lot of educational fun for kids and adults. Plenty of hands-on activities. The piano stairs are a favorite. There is always a bonus exhibit outside, the current Mission to Mars one is pretty good. The outdoor playground is a lot of fun, too, with huge drums, water games, creative slides and more. Not as fun when it is crowded, so go early or on days when it's not packed with school crowds.
The Mind Museum is a great place to bring your kids. Not only is it fun learning, but the team behind this really focuses on creating an educational space for the kids. They offer workshops where kids can do cool experiments like forensic science and the time of the dinosaurs. My favorite is their star gazing sleepover camps that allow kids to learn more about the cosmos.
It's a place where kids and students can learn so much. But some of their science exhibits have loop holes the 'science with a bang' for example or perhaps their scientists are not well prepared. Though we understand that experiments do not always end well. Their workshop for robotics, on the other hand, is very fun and engaging. Teaching students how to assemble and program M-Bot is a very enjoyable experience to students specially when they get the M-bot to move.
A must to visit for kids and kids at heart. Every certain period, they change their theme e.g. Dinosaurs last, soon will be Outer Space. You'll learn a lot. Students have discounts when school ID presented.
the experience was epic. it's fun being a kid once again. 3-hour self guided tour is more than enough time to fully grasp all the exhibits. this is a treasure for all the kids and kids-at-heart.
The place is amazing. It's kinda expensive but it really is amazing. The galleries present cool and out of this world exhibits. Something that will really want you to recommend to your friends as well. If it was cheaper, I'd give it 5 stars