Free Admission for Those Under 20 Comes to the Brooklyn Museum

July 30th, 2014

The Brooklyn Museum, via The New York ObserverThe New York Times reports that the Brooklyn Museum will offer free admission to visitors under twenty, beginning on September 3rd. The museum also plans to raise the suggested general admission from $12 to $16, the first increase since 2011. The decision to admit children and teenagers for free is part of an effort by the museum to make the institution more available to a younger audience, whom director Arnold Lehman believes “represents the future of all museums”. 

Read more at The New York Times