National Museum Planetarium

The National Museum Planetarium is part of the National Museum of the Philippines museum complex (Fine ArtsAnthropologyNatural History, and Planetarium) along the historic Rizal (Luneta) Park in Manila. The main gallery features artworks and paintings of Philippine astronomical myths and beliefs and also dioramas of the vast space, including the Solar System and major constellations. The Planetarium features Asia’s first hybrid (analog and digital) projection system, making its shows more realistic. Visit their Facebook page to see updated show schedules.

Location Map

Hours8:30 AM - 4:30 PM, Tuesdays to Sundays
Address565 Padre Burgos Avenue, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila
Nearby Train StationUnited Nations Avenue Station LRT1 Metro Manila Train System
Contact Number(02) 527 7889
Pricing infoAdmission to the Gallery is free. For the Planetarium Shows:
  • Student - ₱30.00
  • Adult - ₱50.00/Adult
  • PWD / Senior Citizen - ₱40.00

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