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CLEVELAND (WJW) — Starting this weekend, residents of Cleveland and East Cleveland can visit the Cleveland Museum of Natural History on Sundays for free.
City residents can visit the museum on Wade Oval Drive by registering in advance for time slots and then showing proof of residency (state-issued ID, utility bill, pay stub, etc) at the arrival.
Free admission is offered thanks to a $3 million grant from the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation, aimed at making the museum more accessible to everyone.
The grant, which also covers the cost of a new community space slated to open in 2024, is part of the museum’s extensive transformation plans in honor of its 100th anniversary.
Face masks are compulsory in the museum. Learn more about tickets and fares here.
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