4 Fun and Educational Places For a Family Date

Planning the next trip for you and the little one? Why not take the usual playtime date up a notch by trying out something new! Manila has fun and educational spots that you should definitely should check out soon! We’re sharing below some of the exciting trips on our family to-do list.


Mind Museum

If you’re roaming around the BGC area this weekend, make sure you head to the Mind Museum! They have five exhibits about earth, life, and technology, that will surely make your little tot learn more about science! And this month, they’re hosting a Gameplay workshop so your kids can actually master the basics of creating a video game at an early age. Cool!

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Contact: (02) 909-6463


Museo Pambata

If you’re roaming around Manila, try to check out Museo Pambata with your little tots! This cool museum is definitely a place where kids can learn because it holds different exhibits such as Old Manila/Maynila Noon, Environment/Kalikasan, and Global Village/Bata sa Mundo–and it’s educational for adults too! What a great learning opportunity for both you and your kids!

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Photos: Museo Pambata

Contact: (02) 523-1797


Mystery Manila

If your kids are a bit older and wiser, then they are probably ready for greater challenges like a Mystery Manila experience! Stretch your imagination and exercise your creativity as you become a team of detectives for a day, and solve puzzles and problems together. Just make sure to select a challenge from their various mysteries that young kids can enjoy, and your future sleuths and spies will surely have an exciting and awesome playtime!

Contact: (0917) 582-0808


Mix things up in your kiddie playtime by bringing them to the Exploreum for a memorable scientific experience! Filled with interactive exhibits, your curious and explorative kids can have a hands-on discovery on Chemistry, Biology, and even Physics! Plus this interactive museum hosts 3D holograms, realistic wax models, and virtual reality simulations which can make the experience more realistic!

Photos: Exploreum

Contact: (02) 862-7646

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