National Planetarium offers free shows for women, transgender women
MANILA, Philippines — The National Planetarium will offer free shows to women and transgender women to celebrate International Women’s Day.
In an advisory on Thursday, the management said free shows will be available on Friday, March 8.
Meanwhile, the gallery of the National Planetarium will also be open for viewing.
National Planetarium also encouraged the public to visit their new exhibition on ethnoastronomy and space science.
“There is a new exhibition on ethnoastronomy and space science around the theater that you may view for free while waiting your turn,” the management said.
Planetarium shows are only allowed for children aged four years old and above.
The National Planetarium will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is located between the Japanese and Chinese Garden at the Rizal Park in Manila. /ee
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