FREE Admission Days For Sites and National Museum

Tourism Minister Fadi Abboud issued the decision n°168, exempting Lebanese from paying entrance fees to the National Museum,

as reported by the National News Agency.


"On the occasion of International Museum Day and the 70th anniversary of the National Museum, Lebanese citizens shall be exempt from paying entrance fees to the National Museum on Friday, May, 18 and Sunday 27,” the statement states.


Abboud also issued decision n°169, exempting Lebanese from paying entrance fees to archeological sites.


"On the occasion of the National Heritage Day, Lebanese shall be exempt from entrance fees to archeological sites on Thursday, May, 17” the decision states.


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