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The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is hoping to make a big splash with its about-to-open King Tut exhibition. (For details, click here.)
But are artifacts from the boy king a big enough draw to get you to part with $25 for adult tickets on weekdays, up to $30 on weekends? And, if you go, will the kids, ticketed at $15 each, be left home with a sitter?
Keep in mind, we are talking about some of the great treasures of history. And that $50 dropped for you and a date at Tut would barely cover one of the cheapest seats at a Colts game.
So, is the price right?