A trip to Museo Pambata has long been on the list, but we never really had the chance to visit. Well for one, it is far from where we live. Second, it would be a huge success to drag hubby with this kind of activity (apart from the very busy schedule now, c’mon, this is not really his thing)… but without further ado, here we are finally visiting “Seyo pambata” Β as Sachi would excitedly call it.

The first room we entered was the Old Manila “Any Maynila Noon”

The Spanish Galleon

Bahay na Bato

Philippines most common public transportation, the Jeepney

Ang dalagita sa bintana

Solo muna si mommy :p

Manila establishments, noon at ngayon

Us, noon at ngayon

Ang gwardya sibil at si Maria

Inside the miniature Binondo Cathedral

The Farmer Family =)

This section of the museum is fun! Especially when you have a little girl who loves to play pretend

The museum has seven themed rooms, each room has different hands-on exhibits where children can freely explore the world they are in.

On the “My Body Works” room, our favorite is Mr. Digestion

You get to see what the food you take will look like — to the mouth — the esophagus – stomach – large intestine – and then it will come out as a ??? surprise! πŸ™‚

There is also a room, the rainforest perhaps, where you can see mangroves and wear under the sea masks

The parents having fun too :p

The green house

We had so much fun!

This trip is surely an entertaining not to mention a very educational one. I would highly suggest this for a family bonding πŸ˜‰

Visited late March 2012

Admission Fee: Kids / Adults Php 100
Senior Citizens Php 80 (with valid ID)
City of Manila Residents 50% discount