My small-ish town has three museums, and two of those three are participating. We plan to check one of them out. I’ve lived here since 2002 and have yet to visit either of these two museums, so I plan to remedy that. (Phippen Museum, here we come!) Museum Day is a perfect opportunity to check out some smaller local museums that have escaped your notice until now. Or take this opportunity to check out one of your area’s big museums that you haven’t been able to afford to visit.
If you’re away from home on Museum Day, simply search for a museum near your destination; there will likely be a participating one. What a great opportunity to check out an attraction somewhere outside your hometown, or get to know a bit more about your destination!
Though Museum Day isn’t for another month, I encourage you to reserve your tickets now. While it is free to participate in Museum Day, you must have tickets for your party. Now’s the time to get them!
Also note: Special exhibits aren’t covered by this free admission.
After you have your ticket, be sure to mark your calendar, note the museum’s operating hours, and get there early! Museums have the right to limit guest entry when a museum reaches capacity.
This post was last modified on August 17, 2018 7:11 pm