The National Planetarium Reopens Today at National Museum of the Philippines

The National Museum of the Philippines announnced today that the National Museum Planetarium has reopened after renovations and improvements.
 

The National Museum of the Philippines announnced today that the National Museum Planetarium has reopened after renovations and improvements.

 

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The Planetarium features Ethno astronomy, so guests may learn more about the history of the Filipino astronomical beliefs and practices, like how planets and stars have helped us in our daily lives though activities like sea navigation, agriculture, and fishing.

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Posted by National Museum of the Philippines on Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Today is the National Planetarium's first day of 2019, and welcoming visitors here is a new exhibition that focuses on Filipino astronomy and milestones of Western astronomy. Planetarium shows are also featured, and can be enjoyed for a minimal fee (P50/regular viewers, P30/students with ID, P40/senior citizens and PWD). Shows can be attened by visitors aged 4 years old and above.

The Planetarium is open 10am to 5pm (last admission at 4:30 pm) from Tuesday to Sunday.  Admission to the National Museum is free. For information about National Museum Planetarium and its shows, e-mail nmplanetarium1975@gmail.com., and contact (02) 527 7889, 09294573286 or 092663305931.


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