Three-Hour Pass To The Mind Museum

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I always wonder about science. It’s full of mystery for me, and physics is something I wish I had a deeper understanding of. My three-hour pass to the mind museum was fun and educational.


Last March, I was able to visit The Mind Museum in Taguig. I went alone, but I shrugged it off. I really enjoyed my time in the Universe exhibition; it felt like the first time I saw the constellation exhibit during high school. It truly amazed me. Actually, I enjoyed all of them; it’s just that the Universe really left me in awe!

The Story of the Universe:

The Story of Atom:


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The Story of the Earth:

The Story of Life:

The Story of Technology:

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This video is meant for my friend who loves books so much. I am sharing this video with you all to show how fascinated I am with this too. These short videos here were from my IG stories when I visited the museum.

And just for 30 minutes, I owned their 3D studio; it felt like I booked it for a block screening. HAHA. I watched “The Origin of Life.” Here’s a sneak peek:

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I hadn’t had lunch yet when I entered the museum. By the time my Three-Hour Pass to The Mind Museum was over, I just felt how hungry I was. It was a good thing Jollibee was right at the exit of the museum.

But hey, there’s more. The Mind Museum also has a park, and of course, science is always present. Isn’t it everywhere?


After I enjoyed my late lunch and had a short moment in the Science Park, I booked an Uber to take me to Ayala Triangle, but I didn’t stay long there. Then I went back to my rented home (AirBnB) in Malate, where I will be staying for two months.

When was the last time you did something alone?

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  1. […] ago, I had a chance to visit the Ayala Triangle Gardens in Makati. That was right after I explored The Mind Museum at Taguig. Even though I only stayed here cut-short, I think I captured interesting things enough […]

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