Museums For All provides inexpensive access for families receiving food assistance

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Looking for something fun to do with your children this summer?

Through Museums For All, families who receive state food assistance can receive reduced priced admissions at more than 55 museums in Michigan and 1,000 locations throughout the country.

Museums For All is a national organization that provides free or reduced-priced admission to local museums for individuals receiving SNAP EBT benefits, known as Bridge Cards in Michigan.

To receive the reduced price admission, a guest needs to present their benefits card and a photo ID.  Admission is $3 or less for up to four people per EBT card.  There is no limit on the number of museums visited.

Learn more at  Local participating organizations include Greenfield Village, the Arab American National Museum, the Michigan Science Center in Detroit and the Ann Arbor Hands On Museum.

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