With a not-so-busy mom like me, the boys have more chances of visiting art museums, theme parks, and malls even on weekdays. And so, two Thursdays ago, we took a day off from our “office work” and visited Art in Island, the largest 3D museum in Asia. It opened last Christmas 2014 and is located at 15th Avenue in Barangay Socorro, Cubao, Quezon City.
Art in Island is a museum with visually awesome 3D artworks one can interact with. Founded by a Korean named Yun Jae Kyoung, he partnered with other Korean artists and worked for 120 days to complete the 3D masterpieces.
Finding the place isn’t all that hard since I am quite familiar within the vicinity having stayed there for almost five years. The boys are so clueless of what the museum has to offer though, thus are not showing too much eagerness. It’s only when we got inside that my children started jumping and literally rolling and sliding on the floor. They just cannot hide their awe and admiration.