History center raises admission prices for '1968' exhibit
Ticket prices at the Senator John Heinz History Center in the Strip District have gone back to the rates they were during the “Gridiron Glory” exhibit.
During the “1968: The Year That Rocked America” display, which runs Saturday to May 12, admission will be $15, $13 for those 62 and older, $6 for students and those 6 to 17, and free to 5 and under.
Prices had been lowered after “Gridiron Glory” closed in January.
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