Second Field Museum price hike in two years OK’d by park board

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The Field Museum will raise admission next year before the debut of its new titanosaur cast coming to the entrance hall. (Field Museum image / via DNAinfo)

DOWNTOWN — Field Museum visitors are going to pay a little more to get in next year.

The Chicago Park District Board of Commissioners approved higher admission fees for the Downtown natural history museum Wednesday.

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Adult Chicagoans will pay $18 beginning Jan. 1 to get into the museum at 1400 S. Lake Shore Drive, up from $16 now. Adult nonresidents will pay $24, up from $22.

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