The High Museum of Art is offering reduced admission beginning October 1st. The new admission allows all visitors age 6 and up t o enjoy the museum for the price of $14.99. All children age five and under continue to receive free admission.
The discounted price is a part of the High’s ongoing commitment to make its collections, programs and events accessible to the public. Previous admission to the High cost $19.50 for adults, $16.50 for students and seniors, and $12 for children ages 6-17. With the new price, students and seniors will save $2 on each visit, and most families will also see a drop in the cost of a trip to the museum.
The new admission fee includes access to all galleries and temporary exhibitions, plus programs including weekly Toddler Thursdays, monthly First Fridays and Friday Jazz events, and weekend family tours, among others.
In addition discounted admission, The High will now offer free admission every second Sunday of the month. Free second Sundays is made possible by endowment funds and a generous grant from the Lettie Pate Evans Foundation that will provide for free admission every Second Sunday from 1-4pm.
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