Food for thought

What do you call the people who pay as they walk through the gates to learn about history from you?

Here are some definitions thanks to dictionary.com

Visitor – “a person who comes to spend time with or stay with others, or in a place. A visitor  often stays some time, for social pleasure, for business, sightseeing.”

Guest – ” is anyone receiving hospitality, and the word has been extended to include anyone who pays for meals and lodging.”

Spectator “a person who is present at and views a spectacle, display, or the like; member of an audience.”

Customer – “a person who purchases goods or services from another; buyer; patron.”

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