If you’re looking for an amazing place to visit with your family this summer, then why not try visiting the newly renovated Manila Planetarium?
Free admission will be ending soon!
We’ve featured the Manila Planetarium before on our site, and with the free admission ending pretty soon, we thought that it’s the best time to share the amazing things that the Manila Planetarium has to offer!
The newly renovated planetarium opened last March 24th, and has been equipped with a hybrid projection system, that’s the very first of it’s kind in Asia, and until April 30th, there will be free admission for all of the shows.
Make sure to take note of their schedules!
The shows happen from Tuesday-Sunday, and below are their schedules:
1st show: 9:00 am – A Planet for Goldilocks
2nd show: 10:30 am – Hayabusa Back to the Earth
3rd show: 1:00 pm – A Planet for Goldilocks
4th show: 2:30 pm – Journey to a Billion Suns
5th show: 4:00 pm – Hayabusa Back to the Earth
For Sundays, this is their schedule:
1st show: 10:00 am – Journey to a Billion Suns
2nd show: 2:00 pm – Hayabusa Back to the Earth
Why the Manila Planetarium?
The Manila Planetarium is an amazing way for kids and families to learn more about what’s happening in the universe, and to learn more about how the universe was formed.
It’s a unique way for kids to learn about science, the planets, stars, and everything else in between. Plus, your kids will surely have a great memory of how amazing a visit to the Planetarium is.
So why not try out something new for your family and go visit the Manila Planetarium?
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