Los Angeles News
LA County officials approve museum fee hike
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Two museums in Los Angeles County will be raising their fees.
The Board of Supervisors approved hikes in admission and parking at the Natural History Museum and the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits.
Admission at the Natural History Museum will go from $9 to $12 for adults. Children (5-12) cost $5, youth (13-17) cost $8 and seniors and students with ID cost $9.
Page Museum admission increases from $7 to $11 for adults. Additional prices include $5 for children (5-12) and $8 for youth (13-17), seniors and students with ID.
Parking will also go up this July at the Natural History Museum, from $5 to $8. Parking at Page will remain $7 Monday-Friday with museum validation and $7 on weekends.
Museum officials say the increases are needed to pay for higher costs.
south los angeles, miracle mile, los angeles news
- Blind man falls on tracks, survives train
- Temple City man denies creating Bitcoin
- IE cross memorial removed after complaints
- OC man arrested for pot brownie sales to kids
- Oxnard hit-and-run victim in critical condition
- CSULB researchers launch 'Kelp Watch 2014'
- Dodger lot beating: federal gun indictments
- Drunk gambler sues LV casino following loss
- Baby rescued on FL freeway home from hospital
- Obama: West won't let Kremlin carve up Ukraine
- abcnews: Charges filed in missing nursing student case
- Factors that may lead to Alzheimer's disease
- Justin Bieber's urine test video released
- OTRC: Angelina Jolie talks 'Maleficent,' daughter