Recent natural disasters around the world demonstrate how the immense power of natural phenomena can affect human activities. The Earth Science Gallery helps us understand how these phenomena are formed and generated. Experience how an earthquake feels like at different intensities in the Feel the Shake Exhibit, and observe how giant waves are formed at the Tsunami Exhibit. Learn all about atmospheric phenomena at the Climate Change Exhibits, and discover how greenhouse gases are produced when using household appliances in the Carbon Footprint Exhibit. Then feel the heat in a simulation of natural amplified global warming in the Greenhouse Effect Exhibit. Learn all about wind waves and typhoons at the Wind Zone Exhibit, and marvel at how sand storms happen at the Aeolian Landscape exhibits.
Maximum of 1.5 hours Additional Php 60 every hour thereafter.
Adults/s: Php 120/head Student/s: (private school) Php 120/head (public school) Php 95/head Children below 2 yrs. old FREE Teachers with ID FREE Senior Citizens with ID 50% discount
Admission fees may change without prior notice.
Reservation is required for group of 30 persons or more.