Clark Museum and 4D Theater feature the history of Clark Freeport Zone.
The Clark Development Corporation (CDC) reopened the Clark Museum and 4D Theater last 1 December and is now welcoming back guests and tourists.
To ensure the protection and well-being of the public, the CDC Tourism and Promotions Division (TPD) has laid out minimum health and safety protocols.
CDC TPD said that only 50 percent of the regular visitor capacity can be accommodated, while group reservations are on hold. The state firm will likewise require all guests and visitors to wear masks and face shields inside the museum and theater. Face shields can only be taken off when watching the 4D film.
Similarly, visitors and guests are encouraged to use the StaySafePH application, as this will be utilized as the official contact-tracing tool in the area. With the use of this mobile app, guests can easily scan the designated QR codes upon entry and exit from the facilities. A one-way traffic scheme indicated by directional signage will also be instituted in the Museum to ensure physical distancing inside the facility.
Safety protocols are observed while inside the museum.
CDC TPD mentioned that the protocols in the museum and theater are anchored on and are in compliance with the guidelines issued by CDC, Department of Tourism, Inter-Agency Task Force for Emerging Infectious Disease, as well as those from the World Health Organization, American Alliance of Museums, and International Council for Museums.
Located inside the Clark Freeport Zone between Angeles City and Mabalacat in Pampanga, Clark Museum and 4D Theater is open Tuesdays to Sundays, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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