6 Adult-Friendly Kiddie Spots In Manila

Yes, you read that right! Nowadays, every place is kid friendly, but horribly boring for adults. What about adult-friendly places that you can bring your kids to? Where both parents and children can lose themselves, and do some family bonding at the same time?

We at Locale City Guide had such a question in mind too! And we did our best research, and came up with the Top 6!

1. Museo Pambata

The first interactive museum made for kids, Mueso Pambata is a good alternative for the classroom atmosphere. The whole place encourages both the kids and adults to see, touch and listen to all the interesting displays inside. Museo Pambata is also a great way of introducing Filipino culture to the kids as it is like a library, playhouse and park all rolled into one. With 8 themed rooms, you’re sure to get your money’s worth.

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Address: Roxas Blvd,. Corner South Drive, Manila
Admission Fee: P250.00
Website: www.museopambata.org

***Special promo until August 31,2019
Print and show their promo coupon (which you can get at their FB page @museopambata ) to avail of discount.

2. KidZania Manila

KidZania Manila is an interactive, educational city established in 2015. Located at the posh BGC in Taguig, Kidzania was designed as a mini-city for kids and teens ages 4-17 years old where they can pretend and have role playing activities about the grown-up world. What used to be 70 role-playing activities, has now increased into more than 100 activities, giving the kids a much better look at the real world with countless recognizable brands that inspire reconnaissance and excitement. It certainly is a great place for learning, exploring and discovering a kid’s dream job — doctor, firefighter, dentist, newscaster, flight attendant and more.


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Address: North, 11 Avenue, Taguig
Admission Fee:
Kids (4-7) P900.00 – weekday/ P1,100.00 – weekend
Toddlers (1-3) P500.00 – weekday/ P600.00 – weekend
Companions (18 & above) P630.00 –weekday/ P770.00-weekend
Website: www.kidzaniamanila.com

3. Upside Down Museum

Get ready to do fun, childish things with the whole family in this 1,700 sq.ft. illusion museum, the IG-trending Upside Down Museum. Even adults will certainly do silly things with the many peculiar images and sculptures scattered within the complex. Never-ending giggles and comic drama are guaranteed as you try to get your best pictures taken with the help of the museum’s friendly staff.


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Admission Fee: P450.00
Address: Boom na Boom Grounds, CCP Complex, Roxas Blvd., Pasay City
Website: www.upsidedown.com.ph

4. Mind Museum

Science always fascinates both the young and the young-at-heart. Imagine you and your kid discovering science in our everyday lives through Mind Museum’s more than 250 interactive exhibits in 5 interconnected stories. The museum, with science and technology combined, is sure to get your curiosity all hyped-up for 3 hours! It’s becoming a popular date place too, with millenials looking for interesting yet affordable ways to entertain each other.


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Admission Fee:
Kids – P190.00/ P475.00 (PH public school student/Private school student)
Adults P625.00
Address: JY Campos Park, 3rd Avenue, Taguig
Website: www.themindmuseum.org

5. Star City

For 28 years now, Sta City continues to be the family go-to amusement park in the city. With numerous fun rides for the kids and kids-at-heart, a day in this weatherproof and well-ventilated amusement park is guaranteed to be fun and zippy.

Star City is a year-round “excursion” place for the whole family, or groups of friends.


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Admission Fee:
Regular– P80.00 (P490.00 Ride-all-you-can)
Senior Citizen – P64.00 (P357.00 Ride-all-you-can)
Address: CCP Complex, Sotto cr Jalandoni St., Roxas Boulevard, Pasay
Website: www.starcity.com

6. Manila Ocean Park

The Philippines’ first world-class marine theme park, Manila Ocean Park, is a unique attraction. Within the city of Manila and very accessible, it hosts a slew of marine life including dolphins, whales and seals, cared for properly in suited temperatures despite the hot tropical climate. The kids’ faces light when they see all the colorful aquarium animals quietly and playfully gliding through the water. Adults are equally amazed, because Manila Ocean Park offers close encounter and dynamic interaction with the creatures. With more than a dozen attractions, Manila Ocean Park is one of Manila’s best places for family bonding. Aside from giving a spectacular show of marine animals, the marine park also raises awareness to help protect and preserve our oceans.


Photo credits: @manilaoceanparkofficial via IG

Admission Fee: From P595.00 – P995.00
Address: Quirino Grandstand, 666 Behind Ermita, Manila
Website: www.manilaoceanpark.com

 

 

Who says exploring the Metro with the kids is boring and unexciting? With these 6 adult-friendly and kid-friendly spots that are all within the city, you don’t have to brave the traffic and will surely enjoy your day with your children. Or your date — if you’re a millennial, or just feel like one!

 

 

 

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