The price inside was way higher than the advertized price outside on the door...it was a crazy price, I was thinking $45 or so to get in with 3 kids and they actually have so little, it is a joke of jokes. You can walk through the old decraped building in just a few minutes and wonder what on earth you paid more then $2.00 to not see.
But tourist are trained to expect to be ripped off. It happens coast to coast just like speed traps. If an attraction is a good one, they are not afraid to ask $35 for a ticket and so crowded your shoved through like cattle. Disney not long ago would ask $100 a ticket and plan on standing in lines over an hour at each attraction...that was back in their good days, now they don't attract enough people and prices have dropped, etc..