3. Enchanted Kingdom


If you’re on the lookout for an easy family weekend getaway, Enchanted Kingdom is still the way to go. Enchanted Kingdom is, undisputedly, the biggest theme park in the country. It is also a magical place for kids where they can ride all they want on the Grand Carousel and interact with the park’s mascot, Eldar the Wizard.

4. Leisure Farms Adventures


Leisure Farms Adventures is the first agricultural theme park in the Philippines. This 13-hectare theme park features a butterfly garden, coffee farm, herbs garden, hydroponics farm, fresh and organic produce, and mini-rice terraces.
…The usual kiddie attractions are also available in the park, which includes a play area, horseback riding, fishing, and even a hanging bridge for the more adventurous youngsters.
…Php 350 E-I-E-I-O Package (includes Fun at the Farm tour, Butterfly Garden, Face Painting, Coloring Activity),

5. Philippine Air Force Aerospace Museum


Kids just love airplanes. They would often point them out happily when they see them up in the sky. The only place where you can actually see and enter an airplane/ helicopter for educational fun is the Aerospace Museum of the Philippine Air Force beside Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3.
After roaming the museum, your kid can feast his eyes on the outdoor display of commercial planes, air force planes, and helicopters.

6. Playa Calatagan


Playa Calatagan Beach is an ideal place for a family with toddlers. The beach gradually slopes for a few meters and the water level is just shallow enough for kids to play without the risk of drowning. (But, of course, never leave your children alone.) The beach’s fine white sand is clean — a perfect setting for a nice picnic with kids.

7. Ark of Avilon


Tell the story of Noah’s ark to your toddler before entering the first and only indoor petting zoo in the country — Ark of Avilon. It is the sister zoo of Avilon Zoo, the largest Wildlife Breeding Facility in the Philippines, located in Rodriguez (formerly Montalban), Rizal.

10. Museo Pambata


Museo Pambata is an interactive children’s museum that aims to teach kids through hands-on experience and interaction with its exhibits. Every Filipino child should visit this museum to learn our Filipino Heritage through displays that they can see, hear and feel. In the Old Manila exhibit, kids can experience riding a tranvia, boarding a Spanish Galleon ship, or stepping into a miniature cathedral. Don’t miss going to the Heroes Circle where you can share inspiring stories about our national and contemporary heroes.

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Ark of Avilon

37 Jesus said to his disciplines: “As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man.
…43 Be sure of this: if the master of the house had known the hour of night when the thief was coming, he would have stayed awake and not let his house be broken into.
…As we enter the huge facade, you’ll start to see the animals interacting with people similar with the setup of Kinder Zoo in Manila (beside the Manila Zoo).