Good morning. It’s Thursday. Today we’ll find out when you can visit the Whitney Museum without paying the usual $30 for admission. We’ll also see what happened on the last day of testimony in Donald Trump’s civil trial in Manhattan.
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Going to a museum can be expensive. The Metropolitan Museum of Art charges $30 for general admission tickets for adults, though it lets in museumgoers from the New York area for as little as a penny under a pay-what-you-wish policy.
The Museum of Modern Art also charges $30 for general admission. But MoMA charges no admission to New York City residents between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. on the first Friday of the month.
The Whitney Museum has had a pay-what-you-wish policy on Friday evenings. (It charges $30 for adults the rest of the day on Friday and on other days.) But the museum is dropping the pay-what-you-wish plan starting Jan. 12, and going to free admission on Fridays after 5 p.m.
The Whitney will also drop admission charges on the second Sunday of each month, starting on Jan. 14.
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