They say money can pretty much get you anything in life and that is so true. Especially when you're a billionaire and you make a donation to a museum in the amount of $125 million!
Chicago resident Ken Griffin did just that, donating that load of cash to the Museum of Science and Industry on Chicago's south side. So guess what is going to happen now? Yup, the museum will be getting a rename to honor the man who made such a large donation.
The museum will soon be named Kenneth C. Griffin Museum of Science and Industry. And the name change is very well-deserved, seeing as how that $125 million is the biggest donation in the museum's history!