Visiting Mind Museum
Growing up I always had a natural inclination towards science, in fact when I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do when I got older (truthfully I’m still not quite sure really lol), I wanted to become a scientist or some sorts, so when I’ve heard of a science museum in Manila a few years back I made sure to visit it before leaving my home country if ever. So last Saturday, March 24, 2018, I’ve finally decided to go and give a visit to one the biggest, and probably the only, science museum in the country! Also I had a few friends to tag along with so it wouldn’t be too awkward ehe.
The Mind Museum is located approximately a couple of hours or so away from where I live and thus we had to take the bus just to get there. It is found near the center of BGC (Bonifacio Global Center), one of the cities I would wish to work in and probably live if I were to chose to stay in the Philippines.
This was the 1st time I had gone to this city, officially, I had pass through it countless of times whenever I had to drop by Makati, but never actually roam around it so I wasn’t exactly sure how the public transport work here. Fortunately we found the terminal and the routes were readily available on the map there as well.
By the time we reach the museum there were tons of students lined up outside, this actually made me feel quite old, but hey science museums isn’t just for kids!
The first exhibits that we encountered was mostly about space and the heavenly bodies found there.
(if you ask me they should add an exhibit of MY heavenly body *wink wink *gags.)
Below are some of the crappy shots I took.
I got to admit it wasn’t exactly how I expected it, it wasn’t that bad, but I was hoping for something better, I suppose? anyway I’m feeling a bit lazy to continue this so I’ll just post some more pic below, enjoy!