Museo Pambata | Things to do in City of Manila-Metro Manila
Museo Pambata (Museum for Children) in Manila is a two-storey learning playground for children—and adults who wish to be a child once again. The ground floor is home to four thematic rooms. The Old Manila Room features a kiddie version of a Spanish Galleon Ship, the Binondo Church, and the Bahay na Bato. The Kalikasan Room introduces the children to the environment. The Children in the Global Village Room showcases various toys from all over the world. Similarly, the second floor bears four thematic rooms as well. The How Our Body Works Room is a crash course to the various human organs. The Marketplace is a hallway of stores and establishments. The Career Options Room is where kids could spark their imagination and draw about their dream careers. The I Love My Planet Earth Room displays exhibits on climate change and other environmental issues.
Address: Roxas Boulevard cor. South Drive, City of Manila, Metro Manila
Open: Tuesday to Saturday, 8am - 5pm; Sunday, 1pm - 5pm