Earlier this year, our daughter had their first field trip within the metro. First stop was the Upside Down Museum in Manila.
I expected field trips to be mostly educational. This place isn’t. But at least it was a lot of fun— especially for parents and teachers.
My daughter loved running around. The place have ample space to roam. Unplanned cardio, it was! Kids sprinting from every direction. There’s a cotton candy stand inside, which she enjoyed of course. And the simple cafe was convenient for drinks and quick snacks.
She’s not into a lot of picture taking though, hence we didn’t get to “sulit” the place. It’s a challenge to get her into the frame, what more to get a decent shot. I find this place more suitable for older kids and adults. Not much for toddlers like our Luthien.
But that doesn’t make the place less interesting. It’s actually amazing when you get to see your photos. Most themes had staff on standby to assist us. And they seemed well-trained in capturing photos.
Overall, this place is perfect to create memories and beef up your Instagram profile at the same time. :)
Entrance fee for walk-ins is Php 450. Tickets can be purchased at the venue and online via SM Tickets. Senior Citizens/PWDs can avail a 25% discount (P330 only). FREE for KIDS 3 years old and below. They are open from Tuesdays to Sundays,11am until 9pm. Closed during Mondays.
Photo dump below: