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Free admission to hundreds of Museums nationwide on 9/29/07

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Saturday, September 29, 2007 is Museum Day, a nationwide event celebrating the United States’ cultural offerings, where participating museums and cultural institutions offer free admission to Smithsonian readers, and (lucky you!) visitors to the Smithsonian.com website.

While Washington DC residents are used to free museums, for those of us in the rest of the country that normally have to pay up, this is a great opportunity to get a dose of entertainment and culture for free. There are nearly 40 museums here in California and there is a very large list nationwide: find one near you. In order to get in free you must print a Free General Admission card. The card is s valid for you plus one guest and is limited to one per household.

The following Museum Day restrictions apply:

  • One time use on Saturday, September 29, 2007. Card must be presented for free general admission.
  • Admission Card will be collected upon entry.
  • General admission only. Does not include entry to special exhibits or IMAX screenings.
  • Admission Card is good for general admission for you plus one guest.
  • One Admission Card per household.
  • Not for use with any other offer.
  • No rain checks.
  • Some participating museums may already have a free admission policy year round and are participating in the “spirit” of the day.

Print your free General Admission card, and mark your calendar today.

One Response to “Free admission to hundreds of Museums nationwide on 9/29/07”

  1. September 27, 2007 at 7:05 pm, Free tickets to hundreds of Museums nationwide | Coupon and Discount Blog by DealLocker.com said:

    [...] We have mentioned this before, but since that was a while back, we thought you might need a reminder that, this Saturday, September 29, 2007 is Museum Day, a nationwide event celebrating the United States’ cultural offerings, where participating museums and cultural institutions offer free admission to Smithsonian readers, and (lucky you!) visitors to the Smithsonian.com website. [...]

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