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The Mind Museum Turns 2

I'm a big fan of museums and all other entertaining channels of learning. Way back in gradeschool and highschool, I appreciated educational trips like this more than reading thick textbooks and watching long boring documentaries. Admittedly, my attention span's quite short, and I easily get uninterested unless it's something big and impressive. That's why when big sis Ana pulled me to The Mind Museum's second anniversary celebration, I said yes in a heartbeat! I just couldn't miss it! :p



The Mind Museum is located at JY Campos Park, 3rd Avenue, Bonifacio Global City in Taguig. This first ever LEED-certified (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) museum in the country is a project by the Bonifacio Art Foundation, Inc., a non-stock, non-profit organization supported by the property owners in BGC.

If you've been to The Mind Museum, you'll notice how "green" almost everything is - green in a way that it's very environmentally sustainable from their park, interiors (materials that they used), lighting and energy (using solar panels) and so much more! :)


Fieldtrip girls!!! :p


Our first stop (and probably my favorite section) was the Majesty of the Universe. Sobrang dreamy ko ba kaya ito favorite ko?? I fall for anything that involves stars!! 


This isn't just an ordinary chair, for you can hear the sounds of space when you sit here! Bigla ko gusto maging astronaut! Hahahaha


You won't only get to know more about the universe in this chair, may bonus instant stargazing din with Papa David Guison! Bet niyo yun?? Hahaha

Anyway, as you walk around the Mind Museum, you'll see something interesting, informative and Instagram-worthy in (literally) every corner. 


Ultimate throwback: Igneous, Metamorphic and Sedimentary Rocks! Hahaha! I really think I'd understand these rocks better here than merely reading about them on Science books.


Big sis and I also watched a 3D documentary show about the natural history of the Philippines entitled "Ang Simula". How I wish documentary films were this enjoyable before! Honestly, we were a bit anxious that this might be boring and long, but surprisingly it wasn't! Napapa-nod kami sa galing; I appreciate the way they showed the viewers how the Philippines was formed. Iba yung attack!


Another highlight - this close encounter with the humongous dinosaur skeleton!


Told ya, every corner was artsy and IG-worthy! :p


Cutie big sis trying out these interesting activities! Very game pa rin! :)


Raid my bag, the Mind Museum style! Hahahaha!


Happy 2nd Anniversary, The Mind Museum! 

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