Next Sunday, you can get into the National Aquarium for as little or as much as you want.
The aquarium is bringing back Pay What You Want Day on Sunday, Nov. 6. Guests are invited to pay a donation of their choice to gain entry to the renowned aquatic attraction in the Inner Harbor. On a normal day, an adult ticket to the aquarium is $39.50, while admission costs roughly $35 for seniors and $25 for kids. Given the opportunity to save some money while visiting one of the city’s top destinations, one could expect to be joining plenty of others that day.
“Guests planning to take advantage of this special opportunity should be aware that, due of the popularity of this event, National Aquarium crowds may be heavier than usual,” reads a friendly warning on the aquarium’s website.
Attendees will be able to enjoy all the perks of a normal Sunday at the aquarium, along with an optional $5 4-D film. The facility is also offering $10 discounted parking at its garages. The organization is able to offer the low rates for the day thanks to sponsorship from T. Rowe Price.
Sunday marks the third rendition of “Pay What You Want Day.” The aquarium offered the first one on Jan. 11, 2015, and the second one about 10 months later.
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