Take a swim in the iconic Neptune Pool at Hearst Castle

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Have you ever wanted to take a swim in the iconic Neptune Pool at Hearst Castle? Well you now can–but it will cost you a hefty price. 

The Neptune Pool has been restored and what a better way to celebrate its grand opening then taking a tip in the famed pool. 

A grand opening celebration will be held Sunday, October 21st. At the end of the ceremony 50 guests will get a once-in-a-lifetime chance to be one of the first individuals to swim in the newly-refurbished pool. 

The evening’s elegant event, the Grand Reopening Celebration: Sunset Soirée & Swim, will also be attended by many revelers, both members of the Friends of Hearst Castle and non-members.

Pre-sale tickets for members are set at $1,100, after Oct. 1 members will pay $1,300 per ticket to swim. A non-member ticket is  $1,500, and all “will sell out,” states the event site.

The grand opening event is limited to 250 guests. Tickets start at $275. 

Funds from the event helps continue vital preservation efforts, ensuring Hearst Castle remains a world-class monument and museum.

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