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DIA REOPENING
(2007-11-23)
(wgvu) - THE NEWLY RENOVATED DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS'
GRAND REOPENING IS TODAY.
VISITORS CAN GET INTO THE MUSEUM FOR FREE FOR 32 HOURS STARTING
AT 10 A.M. AND ENDING AT 6 P.M. TOMORROW. FREE ADMISSION ALSO WILL
BE OFFERED FROM 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M. SUNDAY.
AFTER THAT, HOWEVER, THE MUSEUM WILL BEGIN CHARGING A MANDATORY
EIGHT-DOLLAR ADMISSION FEE. YOUNGSTERS AGED SIX TO 17 WILL HAVE TO
PAY FOUR DOLLARS AND KIDS UNDER SIX CAN GET IN FREE.
UNTIL NOW, THE DIA HAS SUGGESTED THAT VISITORS PAY SIX DOLLARS
FOR ADMISSION. BUT THE MUSEUM SAYS THE ACTUAL AVERAGE DONATION WAS
CLOSER TO TWO-DOLLARS AND 50-CENTS.
THE DIA WILL BE OPEN FROM 10 TO 5 WEDNESDAYS AND THURSDAYS, 10
TO 10 FRIDAYS, AND 10 TO 6 SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS. IT WILL BE CLOSED
MONDAYS, TUESDAYS AND MAJOR HOLIDAYS.

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