The usual price for non-Manila residents is 250 yuan. We only spent 200 yuan because they have promotions. It is a two-story interactive museum. Since its birth, more maintenance work has been required. I like their exhibition on traditional Filipino medicines on the first floor to educate children about Filipino culture. When you are in Manila, you can come and visit!
The venue is not very big, about one and a half hours can be completed, it is more suitable for children aged 5 to 8 years old to learn while playing. Tickets for adults and children are 250 pesos. Relative to local prices, such a small venue is a bit expensive, no wonder there are few people inside.
As the name suggests, this is a museum for children, using various interactive methods to learn about the history and culture of Manila in the game. Of course, there are other things aimed at children, such as... dolls from all over the world.
I brought my son here during the 90s. It was the only museum in the Philippines dedicated to Children. Museo Pambata in English is Children's Museum. There are many activities here for kids including storytelling.
For budget travelers like me, the price for admission may be a little pricey (250 pesos for non Manila visitors). Even so, it’s an intriguing museum designed perfectly for the little ones. I once brought my 8-year old niece here, and she enjoyed every minute of our visit. Even in a couple of hours, my niece got to learn a ton of lessons from its interactive exhibits, books and displays. The museum teaches its visitors a variety of things, including careers, science, history of Manila and awareness for the environment. A word of advice, bring your kiddos to the entertaining yet educational new sections, like the library, paddy field area and herb garden.
Children's favorite places are more fun.