Upside Down Museum

I personally love museums. I find it intriguing and informative. But there are also museums which tickles your creative minds through Science and OP-ART or Optical Illusions. Last April, I had a chance to go to Upside Down Museum which was not really planned. We had plans prior to that but going there was not a regret after all. Upside Down Museum is located at Boom na Boom Grounds, CCP Complex, Roxas Blvd, Pasay, 1300 Metro Manila, Philippines. It is near from Boom na boom amusement park and beside Wensha Spa. There is available parking on the area so bringing your car would not be a problem.

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Courtesy: Google Image (unfortunately the frontal view photo of the museum was deleted from my gallery so I have to get it from google)

How to go there from Cavite by commute:
-Just ride a bus going to Buendia and tell the ticketing officer to drop you off to Buendia
-Then ride a cab going to MOA, tell the driver to drop you off to Wensha Spa
-From there you can take a 2-minute walk from Wensha Spa to Upside Down Museum

How to go there from Cavite by private vehicle:
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We arrived around early at 10:00 am but the museum opens at 11:00am up until 9:00 pm from Tuesday to Sunday. The waiting time I have was consumed for photo ops outside the museum.

When the museum already opened, we were first on the line and of course first to enter the museum. There are staff which can assist you if you wanted to have the best photo illusion and can take pictures of you and your companions.

Snaps:

#Loveislife #butfoodislifer 😂

 

How come we’re so strong here? c6bf9b08586c241b021dd04c204b7a85

 

This is how to handle a suitor.. Kidding! (these are two of  my favorite photos)

 

Oh look, we’ve been impaled!

 

It’s cleaning time!

 

You prepare the dinner, I’ll be at my office.. okay?

 

The place isn’t that big so if there would be jam-packed people, there would be a long queues just to take photo. I suggest you come on weekdays so you could maximize your time in the museum. Regular entrance fee costs P450.00 but they offer some promos online. For students, you can avail their P350.00 entrance fee, just present your school ID. You can also avail ticket from Star City booth which costs P580.00 inclusive of ride-all-you-can in Star City and entrance fee for Upside Down Museum.

 

More photos here

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For more infos, you can check their website here

 

Side trip:
You can visit Okada Manila Hotel at New Seaside, Dr. Paranaque, 1701 Metro Manila, Philippines. It is now open in public. There are acrobatic and fountain shows at 6pm until 12:00 midnight.

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Though my museum trip was not planned, I far more enjoyed it. YAY!

 

 

 

 

If you have any questions about the museum, you can just comment down below. Happy Day!
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