Planetarium reopens doors after 2 months of renovation
MANILA, Philippines – The National Museum Planetarium reopened its doors to the public on Tuesday after two months of renovations.
The National Museum announced the reopening of the National Museum Planetarium on its Facebook page.
“Please join us on our journey to the wonders of our Ethno astronomy, learning how planets and stars have guided us in sea navigation, agriculture, fishing and the right timing of celebrating life,” the National Museum said.
The gallery of the National Planetarium was closed to the public last November 14 to give way for the renovation works.
The National Museum Planetarium is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Tuesday to Sunday.
The exhibit admission is free but planetarium shows cost P50 for regular viewers, P40 for senior citizens and persons with disabilities, and P30 for students with school IDs. /muf
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