Travel: Experience 3D Art at Miracle Art Museum

Do you want to experience plane paintings (2 dimension) become alive in 3D arts? Then come and join the fun and be part of the second leg of the magic exhibition in Pampanga at Miracle Art Museum located at Marquee Mall.

The first leg of the Miracle Art painting at Marquee was mid last year then they had a different set of design and paintings when we arrived last December. View our first experience here. It has been ages since we last visited this place at Marquee. It was before I discovered that I am pregnant.


Admission ticket is P200 each. A little expensive for just a few minutes of fun but luckily, we scored it at 50% off each! I think they have a promo that day. So hubby and I just paid P200.




Check out on how we chill and had fun at the museum. I actually prefer this one than the first exhibit because the museum this time looks really real with the perfect angle. More photos ahead.











We just goofed around so much that we both enjoyed our stay there. Now you can create unforgettable and precious memories with your loved ones and become your own actor or director on your own funny photos.

UPDATE: August 18, 2016
I recently cleaned up my phone memory and discovered we have more photos from our visit here which was saved on my mobile so I'm adding them up here. Photos were taken using my Samsung Galaxy S4.










You can visit the museum at Level 3 Marquee Mall, Aniceto Gueco St., Angeles Pampanga. 

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  1. I've seen this place a few times on my friends' blogs! It's still very funny to look at. The walls are very creative and I love that you can have tons of fun just taking a couple of shots there!

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    1. Yup I really did enjoyed here. Hopefully I can try the one in Manila. I know they had the same concept in a museum but different name.

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  2. What, I have never heard about this museum before but it's amazing! I would love to visit it. The photos you took are so funny and creative!

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    1. I know there's one in Market, Market and a cheaper entrance fee of 80php for their July promo. You might want to check that out!

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  3. You should visit Art in an Island too in Cubao. The concept is the same but it has more exhibits, I guess. hehe. This idea is really great for instagram worthy photos. Looks like you really had fun. :)

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    1. I did! I've heard about the one in Cubao and they had a totally different exhibits from the ones I visited. Do you know how much is the entrance fee?

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  4. Looks like it so much fun. I hope there will be also one near our place. I would love to go there too.

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    1. Where are you located sis? Are you Manila-based? There's one in Cubao and Miracle Art has expanded at Market, Market too!

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  5. Wow, everything looks awesome. Specially the optical illusions. I'm curious about how they work.

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    1. You should check out and pay a visit in one of the museums like this.

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  6. This is so cute! I'd love to visit this especially that bamboo art :)

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    1. They have a branch in Manila. Currently at Market, Market. You might want to check that out!

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  7. WOW! this is great. I would definitely pay a visit looks so fun and picture perfect. :)

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    1. You can visit on this branch or try their branch at Market, Market.

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  8. I haven't tried any of this and thanks to you i will now do it. Looks fun based on your post

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    1. It's really fun! I would actually like to try more of museums like this.

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  9. Every miracle museum is adorbs! I've been to Trick Art in Ocean Park and in Imus Cavite. Both never failed to impress me. Plus the fact that it's for all ages! Really love it!

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    1. Isn't it nice to goof around as if we were kids? :)

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  10. I have never been to any of the 3D museums that's been a hit with everyone I know as of yet! I should definitely try this, one day!

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    1. You should try sis and have fun!

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  11. Really awesome optical illusions! Haven't tried going itno 3D museums, but it really became popular lately also because of the highly photogenic sights! :)

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    1. It's nice actually that they're branching out to different places. I hope I can visit the ones in Manila someday. :)

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  12. Looks so fun! I haven't been to a museum like this, but I always enjoy looking at photos of people who do. I wish I could visit someday.

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    1. Yes sis, it's nice to explore those kinds of museums din pala. You can goof around compare to those traditional museums that you need to be silent all the time.

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  13. I've seen a lot of 3D art place na, we have that in Cubao I think but I haven't visited pa, medyo namamahalan ko sa fee. hehehe!

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    1. How much the one in Cubao ba? This one is 200 but since it's promo, 100 na lang. But still, it's expensive noh. Anyway, we enjoyed naman. That's all that matters!

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  14. Awesomely amazing photos!!! I've never seen a 3D art place pa. But this is so cool!!! I wanna go na sa Pampanga.

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    1. If you are Manila based, Miracle Art was also in Market, Market for a certain period of time. You might want to go there.

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  15. What a steal! Must be fun to be discovering how to pose in the exhibits.

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  16. Really cool 3D Art. I brought the kids to one similar to this one in Singapore a couple of years back.. really fun.

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    1. I wish I can visit the one in SG though. :) Soon!

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  17. Whoaaah!! this is amazinggg! Plus the admission fee is cheaper. We've been to a 3d museum in Cubao, admission is 500 pesos.

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    1. Is that the Yexel museum?? I saw a deal at a site that Yexel Museum's entrance fee is 500. That's expensive for me!

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  18. Marquee is too far from me..huhuhu but I wanna take the kids there.

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    1. They have one now in Market, Market. You can check their FB account.

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  19. This is one in our list for this year to visit a museum like this, it's kinda pricey nga but if we can have fun. Kaya lang ang layo :-(

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    1. They have one in Market, Market na , only for an introductory price of P80.

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  20. Seriously, the place is sooo beautiful. I haven't visited such a place like this. Something to look forward:)

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    1. There's a branch in Manila now, you might want to check that out if this one's too far from your end.

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  21. Love all the photos that you posted Sis, looks so fun and creative! I'm sure my kids would love this experience. Thanks for sharing Sis
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    1. I'm sure you have a lot of museums like this there sis..

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  22. I've only been to Art in Island which is really a big 3D art museum! I got excited and overwhelmed with all the artworks you could see. This is why I love going to museums. It could always get the kid in you alive.

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    1. True! We've been so silly all the time. It's nice to be a kid once in a while. Haha

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