The Worcester Art Museum will be free in July and August, courtesy of Barry Morgan.
From the Globe article:
In the next decade, Waschek hopes to increase attendance to 200,000 a year. He also wants to consider making the museum free permanently, though he is not sure if that is possible. The museum receives no public money to offset lost ticket revenue.
I hope someone with a better knowledge of history can confirm or deny this, but I believe when the WAM previously had those kinds of attendance numbers, there was no admission fee. (I know there was no admission fee in the 1960s; does anyone know when that changed?)