Tagaytay is known to most for a lot of reasons. It’s cool temperature, accessibility, and fast-increasing urbanization makes a heavy case to look for a condo for sale in Tagaytay Highlands and other prime areas in Tagaytay. Other than that, it’s also a foodie and staycationer’s dream with the long list of restaurants and hotels you can find in the area.
Among the trail of the usual tourist destinations in the area, did you know there are also awesome museums that you can only find in Tagaytay? Here we list down the two museums you should check out in Tagaytay:
Museo Orlina is a private gallery that features the works of Ramon Orlina. Ramon Orlina is said to be one of the great pioneers of glass sculpting in the Philippines and Museo Orlina displays his best creations. While also featuring artist from all over the country, the museum is known to host art festivals and events in their area. Museo Orlina has four levels where they are named after his children:
- Ningning Gallery
- Anna Gallery
- Sculpture Garden
A very unusual art gallery, the museum aims to elevate art forms that are not given much recognition. Aside from glass sculptures, other artworks are also displayed in the museum including a range of artfully designed vehicles. Remember: Be careful and avoid breaking anything in the Glass Museum.
- Location: Hollywood Subdivision Road, Brgy. Tolentino East, Hollywood Subd.
- Fee(s): P100 (General admission), P80 (Students/Senior citizens with valid ID)
- Operation hours: 10am-6pm (Tuesdays to Sundays)/Closed on Mondays
- Phone numbers: 0917-5315108, (046) 413-2581
Famously known for having the largest jigsaw collection in the world – even the Guinness Book of world record acknowledges it! The late Georgina Gil-Lacuna’s collection of a record total of 1,028 puzzles can be found in the diverse city of Tagaytay.
- Location: Purok 4, Cuadra St., Brgy. Asisan
- Fee(s): P100
- Operation hours: 7am-7pm (Mondays to Fridays), 7am-8pm (Saturdays and Sundays)
Who says that the only things you can experience in Tagaytay aside from the cool breeze are Skyranch and the ever-famous bulalo? Now, you can even experience art and culture at its finest in the area. Tagaytay has come a long way from being a well-known provincial getaway to becoming one of the most-visited cities in the Metro. As bad as traffic has become, this has given local businesses – even artists – to showcase their art and make a living while fulfilling their passion.
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