3D Photo Fun at Artinus in Ho Chi Minh City
Miss M’s school was unexpectedly shut for a couple of days this week. Luckily some of the parents organised a trip to a fun new activity centre in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 7.
A convoy of taxis crossed town, ferrying three adults and eight kids to Artinus 3D Art Museum for some interactive photo fun.
It turns out a herd of eight kids would rather run around screaming than pose for photos. Who knew?
During a stampede that lasted a couple of hours they paused once or twice, allowing a few photos to be snapped.
They had a lot of fun. I was a sweaty, but happy, mess from chasing Sunny around and around and up and down.
Now I know how it all works, I can’t wait to go back. It’s just as much fun for adults as it is for kids!
Next time we’re there, I’m going to insist on some cheesy pics of the kids running away from a T-Rex, stealing toilet paper from a mummy and surfing on a dolphin.
Tickets to Artinus cost VND200,000 on weekdays, VND220,000 on weekends. We were offered a group discount, which meant each ticket was only VND130,000 each.
The centre is open from 9am to 10pm, with last entry at 9pm.
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