The Mind Museum

Taguig, Manila

The Mind Museum is an educational facility in Taguig City, Metro Manila Philippines aimed at fostering the public understanding of science. It is located on a 1.2 hectare lot in the J. Y. Campos Park in Bonifacio Global City, a fast-rising central business district of the city. The museum opened in March 2012, following a pre-opening ceremony on Dec 15, 2011. The project proponent is the Bonifacio ...

Art Foundation, Inc. (BAFI), chaired by Joselito D. Campos.

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  • The Mind Museum Fun Science Museum Guide

    The Mind Museum Fun Science Museum Guide

    You are sitting at the center of a room. Eyes forward, staring curiously at the person in front. Following the movement of every opening and closing of his/her lips and then the inevitable happens. Your mind starts to wander, thinking of different things like the image of your dinner, your ideal partner, your "what-ifs" and the way you want your life to be.

  • Exploring The Mind Museum In BGC Taguig

    Exploring The Mind Museum In BGC Taguig

    The Mind Museum is the Philippines' first world-class museum; it is the first science museum of its scale and scope - it makes Science come alive and very interactive.

    The awareness of the people about The Mind Museum has grown for the past years however, most people think that visiting The Mind Museum is expensive. Entrance is not for free and is incomparable with some of the existing museums but I tell you, it is worth it. Tickets are sold at the following rates: Php625/adult, Php475 for children & private school students, Php190 for public school students, Php190 for teachers, and Php250 ...

  • What to Do and Where to Go in the Philippines During Rainy Season

    What to Do and Where to Go in the Philippines During Rainy Season

    Our supposed-to-be trip to Baguio over the weekend was cancelled due to typhoon Ineng; Kenon Road has been closed to traffic since Friday due to reported landslides. Yes, it was quite disappointing at first but cancellation of out-of-town trips seems to be a normal thing during rainy season.This usually happens to ensure the safety of everyone.

    In the Philippines, rainy season (June - November) is the off-peak season also for traveling. A lot of airlines offer cheap flights to different domestic destinations. Same thing goes with luxury hotels and resorts, they offer special rates during th ...

  • Meet Creatures From The Philippines Top Marine Hotspot In This Local Exhibit

    Meet Creatures From The Philippines Top Marine Hotspot In This Local Exhibit

    The Mind Museum and the California Academy of Sciences (CAS), with the support from the U.S. Government have launched "A Glass of The Sea: An Exhibition on the Coral Triangle" last July 16.

    The exhibition features the astounding biodiversity of the Coral Triangle, particularly the Verde Island Passage between Luzon and the Mindoro Islands, which is dubbed as the world's "center of marine biodiversity."

    According to Maria Isabel Garcia, curator of The Mind Museum, the exhibit ??" nicknamed AGoS ??" was inspired by a scientific study in 2014 which said that scooping a glass of the water f ...

  • What Are the Best Museums to Visit in Manila

    What Are the Best Museums to Visit in Manila

    When you visit Manila, Philippines, there will be a lot of things that can make your holiday worthwhile, and one of the best ways to know it is seeing its museums. In this city, there are more than enough of these institutions to help you dig into the country's people and its culture. Considering the activities, ambiance, friendliness and the unexpected gems you would find, here are the best museums in Manila you should have a look around:

    The National Museum

    Due to the huge volume of collections and items it holds, take note that it would take more than a day to entirely explore this mu ...

  • Fun tastic Science at the Mind Museum

    Fun tastic Science at the Mind Museum

    The last time I went to a science museum, I didn't know that an "aardvark" is an animal and not some kind of Russian furniture ??" a vexing way of saying I haven't been in a museum in a very long while. Regardless, I've always been interested in science. In fact, there was a point in my life that I was convinced of my future as a scientist. But then I've met Fiction and I thought, Ooh. Elves and Unforgivable Curses sound like a party. Then the more I delve into fiction, the more I realize that science is just magic with its secrets revealed.

    Well, that was a poor introduction. Let's move ...