First post of the year! Last Saturday, we finally got to visit The Mind Museum‘s latest exhibit, “Science Circus: Step Right Up!” It is their 5th traveling exhibition supported in part by Mastercard, Limkaco Industries, Uratex and Thompson Hardware and Lighting Center.

The kids had so much fun and we vlogged it all for you! Watch the video above or on our channel. Don’t forget to comment, hit the like button if you enjoyed it and subscribe! <3

Here’s what you will find at the Science Circus:

Ring One, or Deception Perception is a menagerie of exhibits that will prompt you to question whether to see is to believe. Your senses will be challenged with these exhibits!

Science Circus The Mind Museum

Ring Two is more about Pieces of Incredible Engineering where guests can engage their minds in puzzles and relish how math and art come together.

Science Circus The Mind Museum

Science Circus The Mind Museum

Science Circus The Mind Museum

Wacky really enjoyed this part of the exhibit!

He loved this so much that he got a similar toy from his Tito Eric that day too!

He loved this so much that he got a similar toy from his Tito Eric that day too!

Ring Three is Encounters with the Masters, where you will be able to interact and learn the secrets of the Masters of Illusions. This one the kids enjoyed the most! I got dizzy with one exhibition because it really does play with your mind!

Science Circus The Mind Museum

This illusion room got me all dizzy!

Science Circus The Mind Museum

Three floating heads!

We also went to the main museum. It was Wacky’s first time at The Mind Museum too!

The Mind Museum

Can you tell how much he loved this place! Everything and anything dinosaur he will love!

Kuya Jacob loved discovering fossils!

Kuya Jacob loved discovering fossils!

Science Circus The Mind Museum

You can still check The Mind Museum’s traveling exhibition Science Circus until January 31, 2017! This exhibition aims to travel to cities and provinces around the country as part of The Mind Museum’s mission to bring science loser to the general public.

Entrance Fees:

Science Circus for 90 minutes (choose from the timeslots below):

Php200/head for adults or child

The Mind Museum (3-hour tour) + Science Circus

Php750/head for adults

Php650/head for child/student (up to college)

Science Circus schedules:

9am-10:30am | 10:30am-12nn | 12nn-1:30pm | 1:30pm-3pm | 3pm-4:30pm | 4:30pm-6pm

**Limited capacity. Guests are welcomed on a first come, first served basis.

The Mind Museum Operating Hours

9:00 am – 6:00 pm, Tuesdays to Sundays

CLOSED on Mondays

To know more about the Science Circus and The Mind Museum, visit their website at www.themindmuseum.org or follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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Thank you, Greenbulb PR, Ysa and Ms. Trixie for inviting the family! xoxo

 

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Roxi

Roxi is happily married and mom to two boys (#SantiagoBros!). Mommy blogger since 2010, work-at-home Mom as a virtual assistant and web designer at Mommy Mover.

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  1. Your kids are so adorable especially when they toured and played around the mind museum. By the way, it is a great review because I am planning to visit the mind museum once I will get the chance.

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