Wednesday, June 15, 2011


What's Inside Museo Pambata?

Kalikasan/Environment: Go nature-tripping and be inspired to take positive action to preserve Mother Nature.

Bata sa Mundo/Children in the Global Village: Get a glimpse of children from around the world! See dolls in national costumes, toys and musical instruments from different countries. The Karapatan Hall, a room dedicated to the Rights of the Child, is in this area.

Aklatang Pambata/Children's Library: Join a session of storytelling and discover the magic of words that can let a child's imagination soar! Available are books and videos which children can borrow to cap a day of fun and learning.

Paglaki Ko/Career Options: Discover infinite possibilities and visualize yourself in a career of your own choice.

Katawan ko/My Body Works: See what's inside your body and understand how our different organs work in harmony to keep our bodies functioning.

Pamilihang Bayan or Marketplace, where favorite neighborhood shops are all here. Pretend to shop in a row of pretend play stores and practice your entrepreneurial and budgeting skills.

I love My Planet Earth has exhibits on climate change and other environmental issues, and how you can do your part in saving our planet earth.

Address: Roxas Blvd, cor., South Drive, Manila

Telephone: 5231797 to 98/536-0595

Admission Fee: P100 children and adults

Operating Hours:

Tuesday-Saturday: 8am-5pm (September to February)

9am-5pm (March to August)

Sunday: 1pm - 5pm

1 comment:

  1. My son Steve (now a college freshie) had a memorable experience in Boston Children's Museum when he was 4. When we left the US, we were sure it'd be hard to duplicate the experience back at home. But lo and behold, we soon had our own Museo Pambata!!! Now, even his younger brothers get to enjoy such an interactive museum. Let this be the FIRST museum your kids visit for a "positive" view of museums:-)


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