How to commute to The Mind Museum from One Ayala Transit Terminal?

Last Updated on February 13, 2023

Get to The Mind Museum from One Ayala Transit Terminal via MRT-3

Public Transport Guide

  1. Walk

    Distance 149 m

    1. DEPART on to sidewalk
    2. RIGHT on to underpass
    3. HARD RIGHT on to Elevator
    4. ELEVATOR on to 2
    5. RIGHT on to path
  2. RAIL - MRT3

    Ride MRT-3: Taft Ave - North Ave

    From: Ayala MRT

    To: Buendia MRT

    Fare: ₱13

    Provider: Manila Metro Rail Transit Corporation

  3. Walk

    Distance 2 km

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

One Ayala Transit Terminal

About One Ayala Transit Terminal

This is the EDSA Carousel busway stop at the One Ayala transit terminal, at the intersection of EDSA and Ayala, with elevated pedestrian walkways giving access to the Makati Central Business District and the Ayala station of the MRT-3. On the other side of EDSA is a Shell station and the EDSA-Ayala terminal of the BGC Bus, from which commuters access Bonifacio Global City.

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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