It was in 2008 , when the last time i checked out the Museo Pambata. I remember , this was part of our educational fieldtrip when I was in grade school . It really reminds me of my childhood days. It’s amazing when you get in touch with an old familiar place . It also brings so much sweet memories .How about you ? Can you still recall the last time you were here?This holiday season , Museo Pambata re opens its new environment theme that features anything about Philippine Forests, rice fields and other coastal areas. The new room showcases a closer look atsome of the Philippines indigenous insects, plants , faura and fauna.The objective is to create awareness for kids how these make an important role in our lives. And since the Philippines is one of the world’s richest countries in terms of biodiversity.
Thanks to the creativity of Museo Pambata’s team of exhibit developers which is led by MP President Nina Lim-Yuson, Exhibits Director Joseph de Vera, and Exhibits Consultant Rinnah Sevilla. Gino Gonzales is the creative designer, with interactive exhibits designed and fabricated by RUBBERTREE Design Inc.
The renovation of the room is sponsored by D. M. Consunji Inc. and Semirara Mining Corporation.For details Contact:CHIE SALES-ROMAN or JIANA DENISE DEFENSORMuseo Pambata Foundation, Inc.
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