The Baltimore Museum of Industry will offer free admission now through Sunday, May 3. (Tickets are usually $12 for adults.)
The promotion comes in the wake of unrest over the death of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old city resident who died earlier this month in police custody. Museum officials said it is an effort to show how much the owners of the museum love Baltimore.
"We invite everyone to come see how great our city is, and how much we have to offer," said Claire R. Mullins, director of marketing and events, in a news release.
There's also free onsite parking while you tour the museum.
Find the Baltimore Museum of Industry at 1415 Key Highway in Baltimore, Maryland 21230.
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