On September 22, Pam invited us to a tour of The Mind Museum in Taguig. I felt like a kid all over again, and true enough, the museum is best enjoyed with childlike wonder. I liked seeing the dinosaur skeleton, the planetarium, and the physics lab, but the rest, particularly those on the second floor, are most suited to children.
There’s also an ongoing exhibit on the life and the works of Leonardo da Vinci (until November 30), from which you can learn about the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper. I’m amazed by how I still managed to pick up new trivia, considering I’m a voracious Wikipedia reader.
Essentially, I enjoyed those that afforded us to make the most of selfies, haha. There was the Da Vinci’s mirror room, where you are guaranteed to see all your angles. There’s also the shadow box—you pose in front of the green wall, hit the switch and voilà—your shadow stays on the wall for a couple of minutes.
The Mind Museum
JY Campos Park, 3rd Avenue,
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
For ticket prices and operating hours, click here.