Small but compact – review of the mind museum, taguig city, philippines – tripadvisor electricity balloon experiment

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I went here with my 8 year old daughter on a Sunday. The place is nice and their a/c work out just right (not too cold but not too warm either) even for electricity distribution costs a very active child. It is packed with information and there are so many interactions you can put your hands and feet into. Although it opens at 9 am we arrived at 10. There’s no line in the ticketing booth so we entered fast enough. There are few staffs to interact with or ask questions from but the place is packed with instructions (both in english and tagalog). There are scheduled shows that are really nice. There are no cafes nor restaurants inside the museum per se but there are few just outside it. Jollibee is in the museum’s ground while crossing the street can bring you to yellow cab and sugar factory. A playground is also provided for but using science as well. It is outside the main museum building and is in an open area so we went there at 4 pm. I bought an all day pass thinking we would have a blast the entire day. But for me, i can finish and enjoy the museum in 3-4 hours. But my daughter had a blast. She even told me that it is like you never want to leave the mind museum once you entered. More Show less

This is my second visit with my kids. The exhibits are mostly the same but my eldest is older now so she was able to appreciate the t-rex more as well as the interactive exhibits such as the space tunnel, the tornado and volcano, even the genetics/inheritance mirror. My 3-year-old liked the tunnel, the floating balls, and the mp electricity bill pay indore piano stairs. My 1-year-old liked the floating balls, the moon, and the spaceship. They all loved the outdoor park as well as the Jollibee nearby (of course). Kudos to the staff for keeping well-maintained bathrooms in the park. I do wish though that there are new exhibits and that maintenance is regularly done. Some of the exhibits were not working or closed when we were there. Planet Story, for an additional P150 per person, was not worth it in my opinion – it’s basically 5 closed rooms with a projector that flashes a story across the wall that you can act/react to, like pretending to play with musical gas monkey monster truck instruments, and you can have someone video you in your digital story. We finished all 5 rooms in under 10 minutes because the kids weren’t that interested. Hope there will be more interesting and interactive exhibits in the future.

I went here with my 8 year old daughter on a Sunday. The place is nice and their gas zauberberg a/c work out just right (not too cold but not too warm either) even for a very active child. It is packed with information and there are so many interactions you can put your hands and feet into. Although it opens at 9 am we arrived at 10. There’s no line in the ticketing booth so we entered fast enough. There are few staffs to interact with or ask questions from but the place is packed with instructions (both in english and tagalog). There are scheduled shows that are really nice. There are no cafes nor restaurants inside the museum per se but there are few just outside it. Jollibee is in the museum’s ground while crossing the street can bring you to yellow cab and sugar factory. A playground is also provided for but using science as well. It is outside the main museum building and is in an open area so we went there at 4 pm. I bought an all day pass thinking we would have a blast the entire day. But for me, i can finish and enjoy the museum in 3-4 hours. But my daughter had a blast. She even told me that it is like you never want to leave the mind museum once you entered. More Show less

This is my second visit with us electricity supply voltage my kids. The exhibits are mostly the same but my eldest is older now so she was able to appreciate the t-rex more as well as the interactive exhibits such as the space tunnel, the tornado and volcano, even the genetics/inheritance mirror. My 3-year-old liked the tunnel, the floating balls, and the piano stairs. My 1-year-old liked the floating balls, the moon, and the spaceship. They all loved the outdoor park as well as the Jollibee nearby (of course). Kudos to the staff for keeping well-maintained bathrooms in the park. I do wish though that there are new exhibits and that maintenance is regularly done. Some of the exhibits were not working or closed h gas l gas brennwert when we were there. Planet Story, for an additional P150 per person, was not worth it in my opinion – it’s basically 5 closed rooms with a projector that flashes a story across the wall that you can act/react to, like pretending to play with musical instruments, and you can have someone video you in your digital story. We finished all 5 rooms in under 10 minutes because the kids weren’t that interested. Hope there will be more interesting and interactive exhibits in the future.