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You can learn more about culture, history, art, science, and more by visiting local museums for free on September 26, 2015. That’s because it’s Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day Live!
Smithsonian museums are free every day, but you can visit these participating museums that usually charge a fee for free!
What’s Museum Day Live?
Link: Participating Museums
On Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day Live!, September 26, 2015, you can get into certain museums around the US for free!
To get your free admission, create a free Smithsonian Magazine account. Then select “Request Tickets.”
Next, you’ll get a drop down menu to choose your state and museum.
Finally, download and print your ticket. Each ticket is good for 2 people.
Terms & Conditions
- 1 ticket to 1 museum per household
- NOT valid for IMAX screenings, parking, or special exhibits
- Ticket only good for museum listed
- Admission may be denied due to museum capacity limits
- Valid only on September 26, 2015
This Is a Great Way to Save Money at Your Next Destination
If you’ll be traveling during Museum Day Live!, this deal can save you money on local entertainment. For example, if you’re in Las Vegas or the Grand Canyon for the weekend, you could visit the Hoover Dam Museum for free!
You can get free admission to certain museums around the US and US territories, during Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day Live! on September 26, 2015.
And don’t forget on the 1st weekend of each month, you can also get into museums for free with your Bank of America (or Merrill Lynch) debit or credit card.
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