The country's first interactive children's museum, Museo Pambata, is opening its doors to the public.
Starting Sept. 25, Museo Pambata is set to welcome families, children, and kids at heart to their sprawling space to learn more about local culture through their various educational programs and exhibits.
They made the announcement via social media on Sept. 12, as they've since been holding virtual activities and limited walk-ins days to celebrate events such as Buwan ng Wika and Nutrition Month.
Established in 1994, Museo Pambata holds eight themed rooms fit for the learning and development of children, such as Kalikasan and Karagatan, Maynila Noon, I Love My Planet Earh, Pamilihang Bayan, Katawn, Ko and Bata Sa Mundo.
They also have a shared library space where children can read to their heart's content.
The reopening day tickets go for P450/pax, with the museum welcoming guests from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. You can reserve slots via their reservation page here. although, it is currently closed as they are still counting registrants for opening day.