Free Admission to the National Planetarium is Extended!

If you have dreams of reenacting that iconic planetarium scene in La La Land, now you can: the National Planetarium is extending its free entrance until May 31!

The National Museum of the Philippines announced the news on Facebook, with a schedule of shows including “A Planet for Goldilocks,” “Journey to a Billion Suns” and “Hayabusa: Back to the Earth.”

The extension of free admission is because of National Heritage Month.

The National Planetarium was reopened last month, with the addition of the full-dome Planetarium projector, which is reportedly the first in Asia.

The National Planetarium is open from 8:30 am to 5 pm, Tuesday to Sunday. The first show will start at 9 am but on Sunday from 10 am. There is no need for reservations and guests will be admitted on a first-come, first-served basis. If there is a long line, the planetarium will only allow one show per viewer.

The shows are suitable for children from 5 years old and up.

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