— by Yael Eytan
The National Museum of American Jewish History has decided to extend its pay what you wish admission policy, implemented during the government shutdown, until the end of October.
The policy will also be applied for the Museum’s current special exhibition, The Snowy Day and the Art of Ezra Jack Keats, which closes on Sunday, October 20.
General admission is normally $12 for adults (22-64). Seniors and youth (13-21) normally pay $11. As always, children under 13 are free.