All women of sizes and colors, including transwomen, can now enjoy shows in the National Planetarium for free!
The National Museum of the Philippines announced the free one-day admission for all women visitors at the National Planetarium on March 8, 2020, in celebration of International Women’s Day.
“Celebrate Women’s Month with us and join the #NationalMuseumPH for our International Day activities on March 8,” the National Museum of the Philippines said on its Instagram post that came with the National Planetarium schedule.
The National Museum has been offering free admission for all visitors all year round, the same with all national museums in the country, but normally charges a fee for planetarium shows.
Regular day charge for planetarium shows:
Php 50 – regular viewers
Php 30 – students with ID
Php 40 – senior citizens and persons with disability
The National Planetarium, the home of full-dome Planetarium projector, offers three shows: “A Planet for Goldilocks,” “Journey to a Billion Suns”, and “Hayabusa: Back to the Earth.”
The National Planetarium is located at Rizal Park in Manila and is open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 AM to 5 PM (last admission is 4:30 PM).
Last year, the National Planetarium also offered free admission to all women, including transgenders, during the International Women’s Day 2019.
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