Sundays are free at Cleveland Museum of Natural History for East Cleveland residents thanks to Mandel Foundation

The Cleveland Museum of Natural History looks at its impact over the past century in its new exhibit “100 Years of Discovery.” (Photo by Russell Lee, Cleveland Museum of Natural History)

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Every Sunday for three years starting Sunday, Jan. 23, residents of Cleveland and East Cleveland will be able to visit the Cleveland Museum of Natural History for free, thanks to a $3 million grant from the Cleveland-based Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation.

The gift will enable the museum to waive adult general admission of $17 and youth admission of $14 for children aged 3 to 18 for residents of the two cities. Click to read the full story by Steven Litt on Cleveland.com.