National Museum of Dentistry increases admission prices

July 11, 2007
Price increase is first since museum's opening in 1996.

BALTIMORE, Maryland--Admission fees to The Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry are increasing for the first time since opening in 1996.

Beginning July 18, general admission will increase from $4.50 to $6 for adults and from $2.50 to $3 for youths, senior citizens, and students with ID. Free admission will continue for children age 6 and under and for NMD members. Fees for school tours will also remain the same.

"This modest increase more accurately reflects the value of the National Museum of Dentistry experience in today's economy," said NMD Executive Director Rosemary Fetter. "We are especially committed to making the museum accessible to children and families to communicate the important message about the power of a healthy smile."

For more information, call (410) 706-0600 or visit National Museum of Dentistry.