LOOK: The National Planetarium to Hold Free Shows for All Women, Including Transwomen

In celebration of National Women’s Month, the National Planetarium is holding free shows for all women, including transwomen.

The National Museum of the Philippines announced the news on Facebook, where it mentioned that the shows will be free on March 8, 2020.

As with all the national museums in the country, entrance to the National Planetarium is free but they normally charge for planetarium shows (P50 for regular viewers, P30 for students with ID, and P40 for senior citizens and PWD). They have three shows available:  “A Planet for Goldilocks,” “Journey to a Billion Suns” and “Hayabusa: Back to the Earth.”

The planetarium is home to the full-dome Planetarium projector, which is reportedly the first in Asia. It is open 10 am to 5 pm (last admission 4:30 pm), Tuesday to Sunday. It is located at Dr. Jose P. Rizal Park, Padre Burgos Ave, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila.

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