PSA: Museo Pambata to reopen on September 25

September 13, 2022 - 3:18 PM
Museo Pambata announced that it will reopen again on September 25, 2022. (Facebook/Museo Pambata)

Museo Pambata, the country’s first interactive children’s museum, will finally reopen to the public after more than two years.

The children’s museum was one of the recreational centers that were forced to close during the tough lockdowns to help curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Following the ease of restrictions this year, Museo Pambata announced on Facebook that it will reopen on September 25.

It also invited visitors to reserve their slots on reopening day.

Visitors can explore its new spaces at P450 per person.

“The long wait is finally over! Maki-saya MULI dito sa Museo Pambata – the country’s FIRST interactive children’s museum!” the post reads.

“Join us as we revisit our all-time favorites and create new memories in our new spaces for pesos/pax. Mark your calendars and see you all on September 25!” it added.

As of writing, Museo Pambata temporarily closed its registration form for visitors.

“We are temporarily closing the registration form as we are currently checking the number of registrants. Maraming salamat!” its form reads.

Museo Pambata has been a staple tourist spot in Manila for most students through educational field trips in their schools back then.

This is why many Filipinos were excited about the age-old institution’s reopening based on the interactions of the post.

Facebook users also tagged their relatives and friends to invite them to visit the place again via the comments section.

Museums, zoos and other popular recreational institutions around the country have also resumed their operations when their areas were placed under COVID-19 Alert Level statuses last year.

So far, Metro Manila and most places are under COVID-19 Alert Level 1, the most relaxed alert level status in the country.

The National Museum of the Philippines reopened to the public via online reservation starting in October 2021.

Ayala Museum in Makati City resumed its full operations on Wednesday, August 3.

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