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Arts & Culture Museums

Today Only, Free Museum Tickets Around the Country

Los Angeles. New York City. Washington, DC. Museums throughout the country, in fact, over 1,600 of them throughout the United States are offering complimentary admission for Museum Day.

The annual celebration of boundless curiosity hosted by Smithsonian magazine. Participating museums and cultural institutions across the country provide free entry to anyone presenting a Museum Day ticket.

A free ticket can be obtained at All museums require this downloadable ticket for entry. Find the museum you intend to visit, click the “Get a Ticket” button, provide the needed details, and download your ticket for entry. The Museum Day ticket provides free admission for two people on Saturday, September 21, 2019.

This year, Museum Day celebrates the Smithsonian Year of Music, an institution-wide initiative celebrating the Smithsonian’s vast musical collections and resources through 365 days of music-related programming. Music is not only a reflection of human creativity and innovation but also a key method of communication and cross-cultural exchange and understanding. The Smithsonian Year of Music crosses disciplines, bringing together music-related resources in art, history, culture, science, and education. The Smithsonian has invited participating museums to create programming to support this initiative and highlight the world’s rich musical heritage.

Where will your curiosity lead you this Museum Day? Use the following social media tags today @MuseumDay #MuseumDay #SmithsonianMusic.

Featured Image: American Art Museum’s “Electronic Superhighway” by Nam June Paik. Photo by Richard Hirajeta on Unsplash

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