Last chance to see Cincinnati Art Museum's blockbuster 'Terracotta Army' exhibit

This final weekend of the exhibit is completely sold out, but there are first-come, first-served Member Mornings on Saturday and Sunday

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click to enlarge Overview of Cincinnati Art Museum's "Terracotta Army" exhibit - PHOTO: Hailey Bollinger
PHOTO: Hailey Bollinger
Overview of Cincinnati Art Museum's "Terracotta Army" exhibit

The Terracotta Army: Legacy of the First Emperor of China special exhibition that ends this Sunday (Aug. 12) at Cincinnati Art Museum has been so popular that all the timed-entrance tickets for today (Friday), Saturday and Sunday are sold out.

For anyone who doesn't already have a ticket, there is still one chance.

The museum has Members Morning hours for the exhibit 9-11 a.m. Saturday and Sunday, before it opens to the public. Those who promptly act to become members — memberships are $45 individuals, $75 families and $30 students — will qualify for those special hours.

However, because of the need to not exceed capacity in the exhibit's galleries, the museum is telling members to be there promptly at 9 a.m., in order to increase chances of getting in before 11 a.m.

 To become a member online in advance, which is recommended by the museum, visit




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