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The Mind Museum Guide: Tickets, Attractions & Tips

Think Science coming alive right before your eyes and that’s what The Mind Museum is all about. This family-friendly attraction will blow your mind as you journey through the 5,000 sqm exhibition space featuring over 250 interactive displays across five galleries: Atom, Life, Earth Universe, and Technology.


The Mind Museum building
Photo credit: The Mind Museum Official Website

Opened on 16 March 2012, it is proud to be the Philippines’ first world-class Science museum. Aside from the popular theme parks in the Philippines, you should definitely consider bringing your family and kids to The Mind Museum in Bonifacio Global District (BGC).

We’ve created this guide so you know what to expect on your visit — from where to buy tickets to attractions and tips.

The Mind Museum admission

There are different types of The Mind Museum tickets. See latest price list below:

The Mind Museum entrance fees 2024

  • ₱750 – All Day Pass
  • ₱625 – Three-Hour Time Slots (Adults)
  • ₱475 – Three-Hour Time Slots (Children and Private School Students Up to College)
  • ₱190 – Three-Hour Time Slots (Public School Students and Teachers)

*Senior Citizens and PWDs get discounts on published rates, which are only given at the ticket booth after presenting their valid IDs.

Tip: If you book your Mind Museum tickets online, you can get huge discounts on admission fees. Instead of paying ₱750, you will only pay ₱550 for the All-Day Pass which already includes access to the 5 galleries including Atom, Life, Earth Universe, and Technology.


The Mind Museum operating hours

The museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday, 9am to 6pm. It is closed every Monday. Take note of the time slots for the three-hour pass:

  • 9am to 12pm
  • 12pm to 3pm
  • 3pm to 6pm

How to get there

The museum is located at JY Campos Park in the 3rd Avenue of Bonifacio Global City (BGC), Taguig City, Philippines.

You may take a taxi, Grab, or Angkas that will take you directly to the museum. If you want to drive your own car, just pin The Mind Museum on Google Maps or Waze for easy navigation.

If you want to commute, you can go to Ayala-MRT Station at McKinley Exchange where you can take the BGC West Route Bus. You can also go to the Market Market Terminal and ride the BGC Central Bus. Then, alight at Net One bus stop and walk for about 200 meters or 3 minutes along 3rd Avenue, and you should find The Mind Museum.

The Mind Museum attractions

While there are some seasonal exhibitions and events at the museum, the main attractions here are the five different galleries, each with unique stories to tell.

Atom Gallery

The Mind Museum - Atom Gallery
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We all know that an atom is the smallest and basic particle of an element. At the Atom Gallery, you’ll be taken into a world of the very small including the forces our naked eyes cannot see like electromagnetism and gravity. Let your imagination wander in this gallery with the biggest number of interactive exhibits!

Life Gallery

The Mind Museum - Life Gallery
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The Life Gallery will open your eyes to different life forms that exist on planet Earth. From zoology and botany to genetics and evolution, you’ll discover and learn so much here. You’ll also find various interactive game panels to test your intellect.

Earth Gallery

The Mind Museum - T-Rex Exhibit
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Teleport back to the prehistoric times and learn how our Earth evolved at the Earth Gallery. This is probably the most photographed section of the museum, thanks to its T-Rex centerpiece, which is the country’s first permanent T-Rex exhibit.

Want to see more life-size dinosaurs? Go to Dinosaurs Island in Clark, too!

Universe Gallery

Universe Gallery
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Fancy traveling to outer space? You can experience just that at the Universe Gallery. Take a closer look at the moon and discover other features of the cosmic realm. It’s a one-of-a-kind intergalactic journey that’ll surely fascinate you.

Technology Gallery

Technology Gallery
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Go up the second level and discover human ingenuity over the years at the Technology Gallery. It’s the largest gallery here subdivided into five themes: Who We Are, How We Live, How We Know, How Things Work, and Here to There. It’s an interesting walk through the advances in science and technology.


Friendly reminders

The Mind Museum BGC
Photo credit: The Mind Museum Official Website
  • Although there is an outdoor area, it’s mostly an air-conditioned indoor museum, so you can wear comfy clothes and footwear good for strolling around for a few hours.
  • You are also encouraged to walk all the time and not play around.
  • Eating and drinking are not allowed. You can do so at the Canopy Plaza or restaurants near the museum.
  • Pets are not allowed inside the museum.
  • Taking photos is allowed but you should do it quickly to give others their time.
  • Don’t bring bulky things since there are no lockers or areas to leave your stuff.
  • There are no tour guides so you can explore at your own pace.
  • Follow the museum’s health and safety protocols.
  • Read the complete house rules before going there.

That’s basically everything you need to know about The Mind Museum. So, which gallery is your cup of tea? Have fun learning!

Looking for more places to bond with your family and kids? Check out Enchanted Kingdom, Sky Ranch Tagaytay, Inflatable Island, Zoobic Safari, and Cebu Safari.

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