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Museum Day Live!

09/26/2013 Published by: Suzanne

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Categories: Your Child's Ages & Stages, Special Topics

Fall has officially arrived and in many areas the air now has a chill to it.  If you’re looking for something fun, educational and indoors to do this coming Saturday, over 1,500 museums across the nation will be participating in Museum Day Live!

What is it?

Sponsored by Smithsonian magazine, Museum Day Live! is an annual event when participating institutions waive their entry fee (excluding parking and special events and exhibits) for ticket holders and up to one guest. 

When is it?

This Saturday, September 28, 2013

Where can I get a ticket?

Tickets are available online and permit the ticket holder and up to one guest to gain free entry into participating institutions.

Which institutions are participating?

View the list and find more detailed information at the Smithsonian Magazine web site.

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