Interactive museum in Cebu

Interactive museums are the kind of museums you won’t get bored of. Aside from being educational, they allow you to widen your horizons by interacting with interesting, colorful, and even photo-worthy art displays that’re bound to be a fun experience.

Check out the Museum of Emotions at the Ayala Center Cebu to play games such as billiards and table tennis, and more things to do from DIY key chains to choosing your own candy at their in-house candy corner.

Tons of different art displays

Museum of Emotions - art display
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The interactive museum has various rooms with different art displays that each correspond to a certain emotion, be it happiness, sadness, or anger.

glow sticks and snow
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From a wall of light sticks to a room full of snow powder, you can let out your creativity with the exhibits here, and just have fun without worry.

information on emotions
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What’s more, the museum has an upper deck with walls of information about different emotions such as anger and surprise. Not only are they educational, but also photo-worthy.

Things to do

Museum of Emotions - billiards and jenga
Image adapted from: Daniel Sebastian Busa and Museum of Emotions

Aside from the interactive art displays, you can also play games such as billiards and Jenga for kids and game lovers.

hama beads making
Image credit: Museum of Emotions

For a family-friendly activity, you can go for DIY keychain making (P50, ~USD0.90). You can form any image you want from a simple heart to a more complex dog with different-colored Hama beads – which are hollow melt-together beads used to create artwork.

candy republic
Image credit: Daniel Sebastian Busa

What’s more, the museum has a Candy Republic shop where you can pick any combination of candy you want from chocolate to gummies for P1 (~USD0.02) per gram – with a minimum of 250 grams.

Private events

Museum of Emotions - private events
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If you love interactive museums like this, you can book the entire place for private events as such as birthdays for a colorful celebration.

Museum of Emotions in Cebu

Give the Museum of Emotions, Ayala Center Cebu a visit not just for the colorful and educating art displays, but also for the activities and sweet treats.

You’ll even get a free welcome mochi upon arrival!

Admission fee: P499 (~USD8.97) for a Emo Pass | P350 (~USD6.29)/pax for groups of 4 – Emo Squad Pass
Address: 4th Floor Ayala Center Cebu, Archbishop Reyes Ave, Cebu City
Opening hours: 12pm-9pm, Daily
Contact: 0945 188 9000 | Museum of Emotions’ website
Email: [email protected]

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Cover image adapted from: @itsmorefunincebu, PAEC, and Daniel Sebastian Busa

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