In my humble opinion, there’s really no better way to spend an afternoon than surrounded by the paintings, sculptures, furniture, photography, and drawings of the great artists of this world. However, a steep entrance fee for most museums typically has me searching out more affordable creative outlets.
That’s why I was particularly excited when I saw the Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day offer. On September 25, 2010, you and a guest can get into more than 1,300 participating museums across the country for free, including the Museum of Fine arts in Boston, World Kite Museum & Hall of Fame in Washington, the Oz Museum in Kansas, and the Adler Planetarium in Chicago. All you need is a Museum Day ticket, which you can download from the Smithsonian Magazine’s website.
One ticket is permitted per household and per email address. No purchase necessary.
What’s your favorite museum? Will you go to a museum this Museum Day? Share your comments below!
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