On a limited basis, the front lawn of the Cultural Center of the Philippines will be accessible to the general public for recreational and physical activities.
“As Metro Manila gradually opens up under the general community quarantine and life begins under the new normal, the Cultural Center of the Philippines welcomes back visitors to its outdoor spaces,” the CCP said on June 3, 2020.
Jogging, exercising, and other physical wellness activities are permitted again.
However, the use of the CCP Front Lawn is limited only to 30 persons at a time. The CCP Ramp will be closed to the public.
The CCP is requesting the public to practice physical distancing and to wear face masks and face shields for protection.
While not officially a park, the sprawling CCP Complex is a favorite destination of Metro Manila residents for physical activities, sunset viewing, and enjoying the Manila Bay breeze. It is one of the few wide-and-open contiguous spaces bordering the cities of Manila and Pasay open to the general public for recreation.
On a seasonal basis, the CCP showcases outdoor art installations, cultural programs with open-air performances, and light-and-sound shows with its iconic façade and majestic water fountain as a backdrop.
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