Be the 300,000th visitor this year and win a prize!
If you haven’t been hiding underneath a rock you’ll know that this past year has been a really exciting one for the museum. We opened up the East Wing with a fantastic party and gave people even more reason to come visit us. We had some really great exhibitions like Friedlander, Art and Power in the Central African Savanna, Streams and Mountains Without End and of course Gauguin: Paris, 1889. And, most recently, we got the okay to go ahead with another phase of our renovation and expansion project (you can read about it here).
Now, we’d like to reach another milestone and we can’t do it without you. Before the year is out we’d like to reach 300,000 visitors to the museum. We’re a few thousand short so we need you to visit before the end of the year. It’s been about four years since we’ve had this many visitors and we’re so close.
There is an incentive. The 300,000th visitor will receive four free tickets to Gauguin: Paris, 1889. That’s a $48 value! Plus, whoever the lucky person is will have the knowledge that he or she helped us reach our last milestone before the year ends.
Come visit and help us reach our goal!
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