(SPOT.ph) Malls in Metro Manila are on a whole different level. Aside from shopping, dining, and watching movies, most have elaborate amusement centers to keep kids and kids at heart entertained to no end. Case in point, if you're in SM North Edsa, you better hold on to your seats because you're up for an out-of-this-world experience. This June to August, the Quezon City mall is bringing the wonders of outer space to you through their limited-time-only Space Museum.
Look at SM North Edsa's cool new Space Museum:
Located on the second level of SM North Edsa's North Towers, Space Museum is a multi-media art exhibit designed to take mall-goers on a cosmic adventure. The area features nine elaborate themed transitions and experiences that allow you to explore the universe's mysteries right in the safety of good ol' planet Earth.
The Space Museum is free to enter—granted you have either an SM North Edsa Cinema ticket, which grants you one access pass per ticket, or a receipt for a purchase of at least P1,500 from any of the establishments at the mall, which will grant you four access passes. Just remember that only purchases within the promo period from June 1 to August 31 will be honored.
The exhibit is a mix of physical art installations and projections. TBH, you better get your night mode camera game on point because you would want to get snaps of these highly aesthetic and friendly-for-the-gram sights before they are gone.
Plan your trip to the stars this month at SM North Edsa. Bring a lot of patience, as the lines can get pretty long, especially during peak mall hours. Pro tip: try heading to the space on weekdays. You'll have more space and time to enjoy the sights sans the crowd.
Space Museum is open from June 1 to August 31 at 2/F SM North EDSA - North Towers, Quezon City. For more information, visit SM North Edsa's Facebook page.
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