Thursday, March 22, 2012

the mind museum taguig

it is like entering a modern world with a great display of the planets and the science that formed through time. The Mind Museum has finally opened its doors to the public and was fortunate enough to have the chance to explore it on its soft opening.
a walk inside this state-of-the-art museum merged the amazing facts identified decades ago and the creative ideas of man. a journey to five sections and up to two hundred fifty hands-on interactive exhibits.
a macro look of the elements and how compounds are formed from the basic unit of matter can be experienced up close at [The Story of the Atom] section. a special three-dimensional view is in place to display a particular motion of atoms.

as one discovers those inner molecules like a child, the section of [The Story of Life] also brings in to a large scale the center of the nervous system. check out the huge screen in dark room of a revolving structure of the DNA represents its complexity.
a replica of a raptor dominated a large area of [The Story of the Earth] section. quick tip don't miss out reading the story of that dinosaur on its base. it will make you smile. also a personal favorite are the life size wax figures of the old age inhabitants.
the beginning of a basic programmed motions evolve to robotic interface. with the ever changing world, the ideas evolve to jive the generation and the need that comes along with it. [The Story of Technology] brings in this little solar powered bugs.
highlight was the cinematic space show with a narrative of the intergalactic system of Globe Telecom's [The Story of the Universe]. it gives an idea of the continuous threat of meteors hitting Earth. this section of the museum is set inside a semi-planetarium hall.
this post is still just a glimpse of what is now the country's most modern and world class museum. to check for rates, updates and schedule of the museum just visit The Mind Museum. begin your  journey of wonder.

special thanks to Globe Telecom for the special advance visit.

J.Y. Campos Park
Third Avenue 
Bonifacio Global City  
Taguig City 1634
(infront of Shangrila - The Fort)

GPS Location:
14' 33'' 6''' N
121' 2'' 44''' E


gillboard said...

planning to go there in the next few weeks.

nice to see more pics from the place. :)

XoXo said...

Oh wow, what a wonderful display of art and technology, the finest... thanks for sharing these photos.

Micamyx|Senyorita said...

Hindi ako nagising ng maaga that day T_T


I love the design of the evolution wall. Is it moving like movie trailers? Glad that more and more areas like this were being built. New and engaging way of learning. :)

Photo Cache said...

this is very interesting. i hope people would take advantage of all the learning that can be had in this museum.

Axl Powerhouse Network said...

bakit ganun lahat kau nakapunta na ako na lang hindi.. ang mahal kasi ng fee.. huhu

escape said...

>Gillboard, great! check out the slots ahead as i think you need to by tickets in advance.

>Prem, hope you can also visit the museum soon.

>Mica, oo nga. hinihintay ka namin.

>Rizalenio, evlution wall is stationary but nice enough to trace the pre-historic times.

>Photo Cache, same hopes as the kids will be more curious and will be more interested in learning.

>AXL, makakapunta ka rin. dito lang naman yan.

zherwin said...

this is very interesting, and very near. ang problema, anything na more than P500 ay mahal na para sa akin. hopefully makapasok din dito kahit yung mga can't afford...

Chyng said...

afford mo yan. isipin mo nalang partly ikaw ang nagsshoulder ng entrance fee ng isang public school student. =)

Sheila Marie Dumalay said...

Gusto kong pumunta dito! With the kids, hopefully.

Raft3r said...

ok na sana
kaso globe sponsored pala
i hate globe
they suck

btw, please check your fb
send you pm re: tour we spoke about


happy weekend, dong

SunnyToast said...

thanks for this review..hope that public or prvte schools espclly elementary dito dapat nag field trip hindi sa echanted kingdom/ start city or mall:)

Traveling Hawk said...

An interesting museum, very instructive for the children.

Christian | Lakad Pilipinas said...

interesting! kahit ang liit nung musuem sa labas parang siksik sya sa loob ng pwedeng makita

Reena said...

pwede ko pala lakarin lang yan from where i reside! it's jst a short walking distance! :) i'll see who i can bring along. kelangan may lasama akong bata or isip bata for this. my friend's company btw built this museum.

thepinaysolobackpacker said...

wow! ang ganda ng mga kuha mu Dom! sana makapasok na din ako jan nxt time! gusto ko libre! haha

mordsith said...

i like this! i'd like to see their depiction of evolution vis-a-vis technology.. :)

Joven Chico said...

Eto gusto ko puntahan this year! Ganda ata nitong mind museum na to..


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