MTG Hawke’s Bay entry charge to reduce from tomorrow
MTG Hawke’s Bay entry charge to reduce
Napier City Council has
approved today, a reduction in the entry price for visitors
to MTG Hawke’s Bay. The new prices will be effective from
tomorrow, Thursday 19 June 2014.
Adults will now be
charged $10.00; students with current ID, seniors 65+ and
community service card holders $7.50; groups of 10 + $8.00.
Entry will remain free for MTG Friends and children under
“The Council has listened to feedback from the
community regarding pricing” said MTG Hawke’s Bay
Director Douglas Lloyd Jenkins.
Douglas goes on to say,
“the new price is the same as the entry fee for the old
Hawke’s Bay Museum & Art Gallery, which visitors seemd to
accept as good value for money and now it gets them into a
vastly enlarged facility”.
$10 now gets you in to see a
changing programme of Hawke's Bay history, art, design and
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