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Museum of Emotions: The Newest Insta-Worthy Interactive Museum in Cebu for Kids and Kids at Heart

The Museum of Emotions is the latest attraction in Cebu City located inside Ayala Center Cebu mall. Here’s everything you need to know.
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The Museum of Emotions is the latest attraction in Cebu City located inside Ayala Center Cebu mall. What is it about? What can you do inside? Here’s everything you need to know.

What’s Inside Museum of Emotions?

The Museum of Emotions is a 2,500-square-meter interactive museum that lets you understand the different stages of human emotions through its flamboyant art displays. The goal of the museum is to educate guests that everyone’s emotions matter.

Here are some things you can experience at the museum:

Art Installations

Over 30 colorful art displays are here for you to enjoy, including a ball pit, a dart section, an emojiland, and slides. But they are not just simple eye candy as they come with different activities to exercise your various emotions.

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Instagram-worthy Spots

The Museum of Emotions has eight cool spots you can take photos at. They are not just there for the gram, though, as these spots are designed to clarify what a particular emotion is so everyone’s feelings are understood.

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Souvenir Shop

After roaming around and enjoying the art installations, you can bring home some souvenirs with you to commemorate your “emotional journey” at the Museum of Emotions.

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Candy Bar

You can also bring home snacks from Candy Republic, an honesty store candy bar that sells all your favorite gummies for 1 PHP per gram (minimum of 250 grams).

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Museum of Emotions Ticket Rates

The number of guests inside the museum is limited. It’s best to book your ticket in advance to ensure your slot.

  • Emo Pass – 499 PHP (~10 USD) per person
  • Emo Squad Pass (group of 4) – 350 PHP (~7 USD) per person

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Museum of Emotions Opening Hours

The Museum of Emotions is open Mondays through Sundays from 12:00 noon to 9:00 pm. The last call to enter is at 7:00 pm.

How to Get to Museum of Emotions

The Museum of Emotions is located at Level 4, Ayala Center Cebu. To get there via public transportation, take a jeepney with routes 62B, 20A, and 03Q or any bus or beep going to Ayala Center Cebu.

If you have questions, email them at museumofemotions@amusements.global or call them at +63 945-188-9000.

Get your Museum of Emotions ticket here!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Before you go, here are the answers to some of your frequently asked questions about the Museum of Emotions:

1. Are dogs allowed?

Yes, dogs are allowed inside for FREE. However, your fur babies must wear a diaper and must be on leash.

2. Can I change multiple outfits?

Unfortunately, multiple changing of outfits is not allowed. 

3. Can I bring photoshoot equipment?

Photoshoot equipment is allowed if you get the photoshoot package. Otherwise, the use of professional cameras, a speedlight, a tripod, a reflector, and similar things are not allowed inside.

4. Can I take photos?

Of course! Taking photos and videos using smartphones and cameras is permitted without flash.

5. Can I bring my bag?

Yes, bags and backpacks are allowed inside. However, bulk bags and backpacks are prohibited.

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Mario Manlupig
Mario Manlupig

Mario is the Founder of CEBU INSIDER. In March 2018, he left his full-time job at the Philippines' biggest TV network and became a digital nomad, traveling all over the country until the pandemic happened. He now calls Cebu City his home.

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