FIND A MUSEUM NEAR YOU
Visit a participating museum any day during all normal operating hours
TAKE YOUR EBT CARD AND ID
Admission is $3 or less for up to four people per EBT card
There’s no limit—go to as many participating museums as you like, as many times as you like!
Do I need to register for anything?
No. Visitors do not need to register for anything. You can just go to a participating museum, show your SNAP EBT card and a photo ID, and you will receive the Museums for All admission rate. You can go back as many times as you wish—there’s no limit.
Do I pay with my SNAP EBT card?
No, your SNAP EBT card is only for identification purposes, showing that you meet the criteria. Any admission costs must be paid for with alternate methods (cash, credit cards, etc.).
I have one SNAP EBT card. How many people can get the Museums for All rate with that card?
Each SNAP EBT card allows up to four people to get the Museums for All rate. Some of the participating museums will allow more than four to enter, so it is a good idea to check their individual policies ahead of time.
Can I use WIC or something other than SNAP to get the Museums for All rate?
Many of the participating museums will accept WIC or some other form of identification, but they are not required to do so by the Museums for All guidelines. Please check with the museum you wish to visit ahead of time, as we cannot guarantee that they will honor anything besides the SNAP EBT card.
The museum I want to visit isn’t on this list. Can I still get the Museums for All rate there?
Although most museums offer some kind of reduced admission program, we cannot guarantee that you will get an admission rate of $3 or less to any museum that is not a participating museum. The list of participating museums is updated constantly. If you think a museum that is not participating in Museums for All should participate, please let them know about the program.
Can I use my SNAP EBT card in another state?
Yes! Museums participating in Museums for All will accept SNAP EBT cards from any state. If you live in one state, but want to visit a participating museum in a different state, you can!
A guest today was pleasantly surprised upon seeing the Museums for All price, and when I shared more details about the program with her, was very excited that she would be able to do more fun things around town with her child. She said we made her day!