Museo Pambata Visited and Reviewed by TJCCOT

The Museo Pambata in Roxas Blvd., Manila were visited by the students, teachers and parents of The Jesus Church – Children of Tomorrow, Inc. (TJCCOT), Antipolo City, last February 28, 2015 as one on the list of their annual educational tour.  — That’s us!

Museo Pambata were our third destination since we had already been in Santa Elena FUN Farm and Nuvali of Laguna Province. The travel from one place to another is a little bit fast so we could cover all the scheduled destination.

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What is Museo Pambata? Why visit?

The Museo Pambata is an interactive children’s museum in the City of Manila. It is located along Roxas Blvd. corner South Drive. The museum is well-known on their hands-on exhibits integrated with the children’s curiosity and playful nature.

I had been reading reviews of the Museo Pambata over the internet and they are consistently and highly respected. They are admired because Museo Pambata’s  staffs and volunteers are never exhausted in their outreach programs to sharing their boundless knowledge and creativity particularly to the urban poor children on the City of Manila.

We are of course no longer new in several ‘ningas-kugon’ programs for children’s education which were used in some political and advertising campaigns.  Museo Pambata is already more than 10 years in their dedication to help and educate Filipino childrens.

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Museo Pambata is a children’s discovery museum with various programs in support of children’s rights and a broad range of creative and educational services for children and adults involved in children’s welfare.


To be a children’s discovery museum and resource center promoting Filipino culture, children’s advocacies and creative educational programs with linkages to global communities.

I truly commend the Museo Pambata specially on their Children’s Advocacy Program and their Mobile Library.

100 Images on Video of Museo Pambata.

The Jesus Church – Children of Tomorrow, Inc. of Antipolo City wholly supports the Museo Pambata and any other campaign related to a better education for the Filipino children.

Can we have something like this in Antipolo City?

Yes, Antipolo could be a City of Arts and Culture. Antipolo is related to  Angono, Rizal, Arts Capital of the Philippines, why can we not create a PUBLIC museum at least similar to Museo Pambata. There’s no limitation when it comes to educating and helping our little children.

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