The National Planetarium, also known as the National Museum Planetarium, is a planetarium owned and operated by the National Museum of the Philippines in Manila. It is a 16-metre dome located in Rizal Park between the Japanese Garden and Chinese Garden on Padre Burgos Avenue in the central district of Ermita.
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Small venue with educational displays on planets & space plus shows in a dome-shaped theater.
A small venue that features educational exhibits on the planets and shows in a dome-shaped theatre. The National Museum of the Philippines is a Trust of the Government. It acquires and preserves artifacts and specimens as well as cultural and historic artifacts to represent the rich cultural heritage of the Philippines and the natural history of the Philippines. The National Museum Complex in Manila and the National Planetarium are its museums. It also manages and develops regional museums at key points in the country.
National Museum of the Philippines is responsible for the development and management of the country's reference collections. These include cultural heritage fine arts and archaeology as well as natural history botany and paleontology. It also conducts permanent research in the fields of biodiversity, geological and human history, cultural heritage maritime and underwater cultural heritage, ethnology and art history and other cultural property that can be moved or immoveable. Mandates and objectives