How to commute to Manila Cathedral from The Mind Museum?

Last Updated on February 15, 2023

Get to Manila Cathedral from The Mind Museum via BUS

Public Transport Guide

  1. Walk

    Distance 2 km

    1. DEPART on to path
    2. CONTINUE on to 29th Street
    3. RIGHT on to Burgos Circle
    4. RIGHT on to 2nd Avenue
    5. LEFT on to path
    6. RIGHT on to sidewalk
    7. LEFT on to sidewalk
    8. HARD LEFT on to Palawan Street
    9. RIGHT on to Isla Verde Street
    10. LEFT on to Tablas Street
    11. CONTINUE on to Guingua Street
    12. LEFT on to sidewalk
    13. LEFT on to steps
    14. RIGHT on to path
    15. RIGHT on to footbridge
    16. LEFT on to steps
  2. BUS

    Ride 1: EDSA Carousel Busway

    From: EDSA Carousel Buendia Median Stop (SB)

    To: Roxas Blvd Westbound

    Fare: ₱17.75

    Provider: LTFRB Service Contracting (PUB)

  3. Walk

    Distance 155 m

    1. DEPART on to EDSA Busway
    2. RIGHT on to Roxas Boulevard
    3. HARD LEFT on to ramp
    4. RIGHT on to Roxas Boulevard
  4. BUS

    Ride 22: Sta. Maria-PITX via R10

    From: Roxas Blvd., EDSA (NB)

    To: Anda Circle, City of Manila

    Fare: ₱23

    Provider: LTFRB Service Contracting (PUB)

  5. Walk

    Distance 327 m

    1. DEPART on to Anda Circle
    2. HARD RIGHT on to Andres Soriano Avenue
    3. RIGHT on to General Luna Street
    4. LEFT on to Santo Tomas Street

The Mind Museum

About The Mind Museum

The Mind Museum is a science museum in Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines. It is located on a 1.2-hectare (3.0-acre) lot in the J. Y. Campos Park in Bonifacio Global City, a business district of the city. The museum opened on March 16, 2012, although a pre-launch reception was held a year earlier on December 15 where Vice President Jejomar Binay delivered a speech on behalf of President Benigno Aquino III. The facility was developed by the Bonifacio Art Foundation Inc (BAFI).

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Manila Cathedral

About Manila Cathedral

The Manila Cathedral has a long and rich history, dating back to the 1571 when it was first established as a parish church. It has since gone through many changes and damage, but has always been rebuilt and remains an important part of the city. The most recent structure was completed in 1958 and has since been visited by three different popes. In 1981, it was designated as a minor basilica by Pope John Paul II.

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