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The GOPPETS at the Mind Museum!

Ate is a true blue science geek (thus her pre-med course, Biology) and has always wanted to visit The Mind Museum ever since it opened 2 years ago. But her schedule was always full, so this Christmas vacay, I made one of her wishes come true. :) Her 2 sibs have already gone to the museum on class field trips & they’ve told her how wonderfully exciting The Mind Museum is, so naturally, ate was really really excited when I told her we were going there during the holiday season as a treat to her.

As we had 2 whole days to explore Makati during our staycation at Makati ShangriLa, Manila, I made sure The Mind Museum was in our itinerary. To read more about The Mind Museum, click HERE for my previous post.

Last Saturday after a hearty brunch at our hotel, we stormed the Museum at 12 noon for the 12-3PM slot. Remember, the museum has several slots, you can’t just come in & go as you please so make sure you book the time slot most convenient for you.

To fully enjoy the extraordinary story of science, visits to The Mind Museum are designed IN THREE-HOUR TIME SLOTS, WITH ONLY A CERTAIN NUMBER OF VISITORS ALLOWED PER TIME SLOT.
Operating Hours: Tuesdays – Sundays(closed on Mondays)
Ticket price: P600 for adults, P450 for children and P150 for teachers and public school students.
TIME SLOTS ARE:
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.(Saturdays only)*
*There are no Mind Movers at this time slot.

Guests are briefed for around 5-10 minutes prior to entry.

Upon entry, they were like kids let loose in a giant playground! ;))

They were so fascinated with this whale that they tried to peep in.. and ate was swallowed whole! :P

Ayan tuloy si Miss Curiosity! :P

Another not-to-be-missed giant attraction is the dinosaur..

And the giant Rice Bowl with matching giant butil ng bigas for walls! :P

Even the oldies got in on the fun..

And the museum is not just 2 whole floors of scientific wonder. It extends to the playground outside which just shows that science is everywhere.. and in every aspect of our lives! m/

My kids had so much fun releasing their inner child! :P

In all honesty, I thought I would be bored out of my mind because I’ve never been a geek & science was never my favorite subject. It was a pleasant surprise to find myself enjoying & interacting with the kids for the 3 hours that we were there.

Thank you Ms. Trixie Tacardon & The Mind Museum, for the 2 tickets of the girls who guest blogged for me, and the other 2 which will be raffled off to my other guest bloggers on our thanksgiving dinner.

Science.. Explore the possibilities!

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