“Dinosaurs Around the World” Opens Today at The Mind Museum

After Biorhythm and Da Vinci: The Genius travelling exhibitions, The Mind Museum is now opening a new exhibition that will take us back to the era of mighty reptiles, Dinosaurs Around the World: Passport to Pangea.

You may purchase your tickets at tickets.themindmuseum.org.
For group tours, email marketing@themindmuseum.org

Ticket Rates
P300 – Dinosaurs Around the World only (child/adult)
P825 – Museum 3-hour visit + Dinosaurs Around the World (adult)
P675 – Museum 3-hour visit + Dinosaurs Around the World ( child or private school student up to college
P400 – Museum 3-hour visit + Dinosaurs Around the World ( public school student/teaching staff**)

** Students are required to present valid school ID at the gate.
** Academic school teacher are required to present Philippine school ID indicating “teacher”.

Dinosaurs Around the World Timeslots are:
9:00-10:30am
10:30-12:00pm
12:00-1:30pm
1:30pm – 3:00PM
3:00PM – 4:40PM
4:30PM – 6:00PM

Dinosaurs Around the World is produced by Imagine Exhibitions. The Exhibition will run until March 2, 2018.

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“The Phobia Lane” At The Mind Museum

If in case you have mised the #MindBurst for this month of October, The Mind Museum focused on the “science of fear”. Aside from the usual trick or treat, there were discussions, experiments, exhibits and food concessionaires inspired by the things we fear.

The main attraction for this event is the “Phobia Lane” where the sections of the Special Exhibition Hall was divided in to different sections. Part of it was divided to create a basement, a dining area, a powder room, a bedroom and balcony. The in-house artists and designers of the museum were able to re-create a beautiful but scary set-up just for this event.

Below are some of the photos I took earlier.

Phobia Lane 3

The Dining Area

Hands and some rats on your plate with a wine glass filled with blood. How about that for dinner? Hey wait! there’s a bowl of worm as your side dish too. Bon Appetite!

Walls are adorned with photos of I-dont-know-who-they-are framed in an antique-colored wood with a fireplace lit with a bloody-colored light. They were also jars not filled with candies but with heads and other witchcrafts and sorcery stuff.

Phobia Lane

Phobia Lane - Dining Area 6

Phobia Lane - Dining Area 3

Phobia Lane - Dining Area 1

The Powder Room

Would you dare enter a dirty room for some retouch? Bet not! Especially if there are corpse wrapped in a garbage bag and tied up. There’s also an icebox containing another bloody corpse. At the side, a toilet bowl that could be the grossiest bowl you have ever seen. But the challenge was to dip your hands on it! I went towards the mirror only to find a basin with a cockroach and a cut FINGER andHoly &*^%! Was that a FETUS???

Phobia Lane  - Powder Room 5

Phobia Lane  - Powder Room 3

Phobia Lane  - Powder Room 2

Phobia Lane  - Powder Room 1

The Bedroom

And if you think you can now rest at the bedroom, there’s a surprise waiting for you. Would you lay down on a bed of roses, I mean nails with a decomposing corpse beside you. There were mutilated dolls as well to guard your sleep and OUIJA board on your side table. Hohoho!

Phobia Lane - Bedroom 4

Phobia Lane - Bedroom 1

Phobia Lane - Bedroom 3

Phobia Lane - Basement 2

The Basement

Phobia Lane - Basement 1

Dark, silent room. Dont forget to look for the flashlight to have a guiding light and see those GHOST and MONSTER on the wall. Wait for the suprise before you exit! Prepare to scream! hahaha!

Other Exhibits

Phobia Lane - Entrance 1

Phobia Lane  - Stage

Who says we cant transform the museum into a hair-raising and haunted destination this halloween?
*The exhibition was only open last Sunday.

The Mind Museum is the non-profit project of Bonifacio Art Foundation, Inc. It is dedicated to providing an extraordinary educational experience that inspires the public understanding of science.

JY Campos Park, 3rd Avenue, Bonifacio Global City 1634 Taguig
Open Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00am – 6:00pm
Phone 909MIND (6463)
Email inquiry@themindmusuem.org
Website http://www.themindmuseum.org/