Upside Down Museum: Imagination & Creativeness

Upside Down Museum Pasay

Is your life too stressful and busy lately? Don't have time to loosen up? Well, chill out girl! Life's too short to be taken seriously. Just look at me, always thinking of new ways to spice up my weekend. And so when I saw this upside down museum on my news feed, I didn't let the week pass without visiting this not so usual museum. 

For some of us, we want to indulge in history, in those old pieces that can take us back to the old times. We marvel at the paintings and its amazing strokes, we look at the things used by known people in our history... We're intrigued with that sculpture... You know, traditional art. And if your not part of that population who goes to a museum to see different paintings and works of art, then you are probably the ones who want to let loose and be a kid again. 

Upside Down Museum Pasay

You probably get bored easily so you don't use time visit those. And if you don't like visiting those kinds of museum, then probably will like modern ones! You know, Madame Tussauds, Trick Eye, Art in Island.. those kinds of museum? Sounds familiar, right?

Upside Down Museum Pasay

If you are, then Upside Down Museum is for you! First things first, Upside Down Museum is a 1700 sq. ft museum where you can practice your creativeness and imagination. There's a whole lot of stuff to do but it will only work if your imagination can make up for it. As for us, it took a whole lot of thinking to come up with a good photo. And if you're really not into imagining stuff, don't worry as their staff will gladly help you come up with a good idea.

We went there on a Saturday. I tagged my best friend along so we can also have a weekend date. And luckily, for people who just had their birthdays within the week (just like my best friend) gets a free entrance. Yay! I suggested we go there early to avoid the crowd because since it gets more popular each day, I believe it gets easily crowded especially during weekends. By the way, they open at 11AM. And at exactly 11, we are already there. There isn't a lot of people yet so we still have the place to ourselves.

The staff guide us and took almost all our photos. The guide also taught us different poses we can make because as I've said, our brains weren't working yet! We couldn't even comprehend on what to do and what else will look creative on the final output. There are different areas, and as per their website, they house 15 different areas where you can play and goof around trying to figure out what poses you can make.

Here's what the inside looks like:

Upside Down Museum Pasay

Upside Down Museum Pasay

Upside Down Museum Pasay
The upside down pieces of furniture~

Upside Down Museum Pasay


Some tips before coming here:

1. Think of the poses you can make! Do you research beforehand so you won't go thinking just like what we did. Lol!

2. Bring in a handy camera! After all, this museum is all about taking pictures and being creative in front of the lens.

3. Bring your friends! What a better way to have fun than to have your friends with you or dear ones. I'm sure you all will have lots of fun!

4. Dress comfortably. Use clothes that will let you stretch your legs and arms. I swear, when you're here, you will do a lot of stretching so it's not advisable to wear fitted clothes that won't let you move around.

And if you're worried about getting hungry with all that walking and posing, they have a mini cafe that sells bingsu, coffee, noodles and other stuff. It's pretty much a Korean cafe because the owners are well... Korean. :)

Upside Down Museum Pasay

Actually, not all the places you can have a picture is upside down. Some just have an amazing concept that you just have to partner with an amazing idea of how to pose. Just like the mirror house that looks like we're outside the house. Truth is, we're just posing on the floor to look like we're falling or sitting over the windows. Cute, right?

Upside Down Museum Pasay


Some of the outputs we had. This is as far as we can go. We cannot think of other ideas! Lol. Here:


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The left photo is super cute! :D

Upside Down Museum Pasay
We're super strong like that we can lift a car using our own two hands! :p

Upside Down Museum Pasay

Upside Down Museum Pasay

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If you were to caption this one, how will you caption it? hmm..

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Now you know who's cupid. :)

Upside Down Museum Pasay

Think you can be more creative than our outtakes? hehe. Then head down to this quirky museum! Here's more!

Upside Down Museum Pasay
Best friend got stuck.

Upside Down Museum Pasay

Upside Down Museum Pasay
Am I too heavy for this? :(

Upside Down Museum Pasay

This will be a perfect weekend trip! And the best part? It's only located in Pasay! You just have to brave the traffic. Lol! So what's my verdict.. hmm.. I would say the P450 entrance fee is quite expensive. I mean if you already took your pictures from all of those pieces of furniture then you already have nothing to do. For me, the perfect entrance fee would be P300-350. Though it's not bad. 

The staff will gladly help and take your photos. Everything is well lit. It just all boils down to how creative you can be to make all the pictures nice and on point. Quoting one of the staff "The wackier the better!".

Upside Down Museum Pasay

Boom na Boom Grounds, CCP Complex, Roxas Boulevard, Brgy. 76, Pasay City


Upside Down Museum Pasay

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7 comments:

  1. Love this post, indeed very interesting. How much is the entrance fee?

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    1. Hi. Entrance is P450. You can get inside for P400 if you like their FB page. Just a show a proof you liked their page.

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  2. omg! my heads turn upside down too... (nkakalula)hahaha! I think i'll enjoy this place. I'll invite my friends too... such a lil escape from toxic life. Thanks for the info.

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  3. this reminds me of trick eye museum in korea! love all the upside down 3d arts, but you'll need to go with friends who are good at taking photos from nice angles.

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  4. I've been in Miracle Art Museum here in Pampanga before. It kinda have the same concept but not upside down. I know this place and I would love to visit here. Hopefully once we settled our Manila tour.

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  5. This looks so much fun 😊 This is a great idea to do once rainy season kicks in and out of town trips seem undesirable. Well, of course, this is also a good idea for those who want to avoid the scorching heat. What I have to commend them for is that they have a designated staff for taking photos.

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  6. Awwe! I have a lot of friends here in Cebu who visited this museum and their pictures look like a lot of fun. I have never been into an upside down museum and I hope I can try this put on the future. Your pictures are great, creative and looks like load of fun!

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