Follow-up Report: State Attractions (November 2017 Update)

This report documents legislative and agency actions undertaken in response to PED’s 2012 report:
Operational Changes for State Attractions Could Yield $2 Million Annually and Reduce Reliance on the State.

Follow-up Report

Related Evaluations:

Relevant Legislation:

  • S.L. 2012-93: Required the Department of Cultural Resources and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources to study various revenue enhancements and potential savings at state historic sites and museums, the State Zoo, state parks, and state aquariums.
  • S.L. 2015-241: Consolidated all state attractions within the Department of Cultural Resources to create the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (DNCR); authorized DNCR to use a “dynamic pricing strategy” for establishing admission fees and related activity fees for the state attractions under its purview.