A Manhattan art installation is banning people from visiting alone after 3 people died by suicide

A man walks a dog past 'The Vessel' at Hudson Yards in Manhattan.JPG
A man walks a dog past ‘The Vessel’ at Hudson Yards in Manhattan.

  • New York City’s Vessel at Hudson Yards is reopening on Friday after shutting down following three suicides at the art installation.
  • The Vessel is now charging for admission and will require guests to buy at least two tickets.
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New York City’s Vessel at Hudson Yards is banning people from visiting alone after three people died by suicide at the art installation.

The 150-foot structure, which shut down in January after three people died by suicide over a span of a year, announced a number of policy changes for its reopening on Friday.

According to CBS New York, the formerly free destination will now cost $10 admission, and guests will be required to buy at least two tickets per visit.

Hudson Yards will also be “installing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline signage and messaging” and increasing security, CNN reported.

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