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Tuesday, December 14, 2004

The Met's Increased Admission Fee Makes AAM Membership Attractive

The New York Post ran a piece on Sunday about the city's funding cuts for cultural institutions and the probable impact on museum admission fees.

According to the article, next month the Met will follow the lead of MoMA and the Guggenheim and will raise its suggested admission fee 25% to $15. No other New York institutions have announced an increase yet, but the possibility is on the table at several.

This news makes membership in the American Association of Museums look even more attractive for New Yorkers. One benefit is free or significantly reduced admission to most member museums around the country. Individual AAM membership for non-museum staff is $100 per year. The registration form is available here in .pdf format.



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