5 Reasons Why You Should Go to Art In Island’s Christmas Exhibit

Pose, shop and have fun at Art In Island's Christmas-themed exhibit and art market


If you haven’t been to Art In Island yet, this holiday season is the best time to experience the fun that’s unique to this interactive museum. Dubbed as the largest 3D art museum in Asia featuring over a hundred 3D paintings, Art In Island will have a special Christmas-themed exhibit to celebrate its 2nd anniversary, which will be open to the public starting November 5 and will run until December 31.

Here are 5 reasons why you should go:

  1. Admission is only at Php10!

The museum’s regular entrance fee is at Php500 but for the holiday-themed exhibit, admission fee will only be at Php10. The Christmas exhibit room will be located in a separate area outside the museum with different holiday-inspired photo zones spread over an 81-square meter air-conditioned space.

2. Spread the love just by visiting the exhibit.

Collected admission fees for the holiday exhibit will be donated to charity – you get to have fun and help out at the same time. 

3. Bond with your friends and family.

The interactive exhibit encourages you to be creative with your poses and makes it a unique way of spending quality time with your loved ones. Pose all you want and make your #groupfie game strong!

  1. You can do your Christmas shopping, too.

Aside from the art exhibit, there will also be an Art Market where you can find one-of-a-kind handcrafted items that make Christmas shopping more meaningful.

Notebooks from Sketchnotes
Accessories from Frou Frou Crafts

Get postcards, paintings and stickers from local artists like Mikai Tuazon, Karl Adrian So, and Rica Cuerto and handmade goodies and accessories from Frou Frou Crafts, Nuevaluma and Banonay, to name a few.

  1. Have your picture taken with a giant pug.


Because pugs are adorable.

Art In Island is open to the public every Tuesdays to Sundays and holidays from 9:30AM to 9:30PM. To learn more about Art In Island, visit  www.facebook.com/artinisland or call (02) 421-1356.