National Museum Planetarium

Planetarium
Just few days ago, the National Museum Planetarium opened its door to the public for FREE until April 30, 2017, so money is not a problem to see and appreciate the wealth inside its dome. By the way, there are daily presentation showing the facts about planets, satellites, stars, sun, milky way, galaxy, solar system and many other things around the sun that will definitely wake up your sleeping interest about celetial bodies and Science and Technology.

National Museum of the Philippines

Planetarium Entrance Fee

Planetarium Free Admission
Like what I've mentioned, phones and cameras are not allowed to enter the Planetarium, but one of must seen inside is the full-dome shows. For the first time, the are using the newly installed and upgraded 1975 analog projector. Shows available are: "A Planet for Goldilocks," "Hayabusa Back to the Earth," and "Journey to a Billion Suns."

 This is part of my post -> Second Visit to Rizal Monument

National Museum Planetarium is open from 9AM to 5PM, Tuesday to Sunday. Schedule of Shows: 9AM, 10:30AM, 1PM, 2:30PM and 4PM. Sunday: 10AM and 2PM.