The New England Art Museum in Massachusetts is the latest to be forced to close amid financial troubles and a declining audience.
The institution announced Friday that it will close on Aug. 31, 2018.
The museum, a former theater, was built in 1794 as a place where theatergoers could see and hear theater performances.
It closed in 2013.
The New York Post reports that the museum’s current financial woes have made it difficult for the museum to keep its doors open.
The museum’s chief financial officer, Kevin Ragan, said that the company had lost nearly $3 million in the past five years, according to The Post.
Ragan also noted that the New England Arts Center in Boston, which had a similar mission, was also facing financial troubles.
The Massachusetts art museum has a collection of about 200 works, but it was not clear how many of the works were at risk of being lost to the museum.
The Boston art museum also closed in the 1980s.