Whether or not should museums charge for
has become a hot topic of discussion in recent years.
museums couldn’t attract more people to
them if they are not free of charge, it can avoid some serious maintenance issues due to lack of money. I believe that the positive points of charging for
surpass the negative aspects.
promoting or enhancing well-being
factor of selling tickets to the public is that it is an efficient way to gain funds for the
and funds are essential to the
. A good illustration of
is that it has been found by a research 75% of museums in
country often struggle with various facility and maintenance challenges because of insufficient funds, so if people purchase tickets when they
museums, it can provide stable and sufficient money for them to upgrade their facilities and environment which are significant to improve customer’s satisfaction.
, it enables them to hire more experts to look after their valuable exhibits. As can be seen, those advantages have a profound impact on the future of museums.
, every coin has two sides. The main challenge of
is that some people may choose to skip museums if they are not free as they believe museums are boring and not worth to
, an investigation carried out by the University of Auckland shows 80% of
won’t pay to
, some families won’t pay to
museums because they are trying to cut down expenses.
As a result
, museums won’t attract more visitors in
To sum up, there’s controversy whether or not
should be charged. While charging money can bring some challenges for the
open the additional advantages in the future. I am
to believe that the overall benefits of charging