Get Free Museum Tickets Today! Free Museum Day This Weekend, September 28th!

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There is a great opportunity for you and a friend to check out a local museum for FREE! This Saturday, September 28th, you can snag up to 2 FREE tickets to your local participating museum, sponsored by the Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day Live! Or maybe you are travelling this weekend and want to explore some museums!

Get Free Museum Tickets Today!

The Deal

Fine Print

  • Offer is valid only on Saturday, September 28, 2013. (Exceptions for Museum Day Live! museums closed on Saturdays).
  • Card must be presented for free general admission to one venue and is good for two people. *Not valid for special exhibits, parking, IMAX film screenings or for use with any other offers.
  • One Museum Day Live! ticket per household, per valid email address. Museum Day Live! Ticket will be collected upon entry.

Bottom Line

The Smithsonian Magazine is sponsoring the Museum Day Live this weekend, Saturday 28, 2013. This can be a great way to visit a museum completely free while on a trip or in your home town.

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  1. I tried this two years ago at the Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. The thing that sucked with this promo is that the voucher had to be redeemed at the ticket windows. You could not enter the museum directly. And on that day half the city was lined up with these vouchers in a queue that stretched well into the park. People reported 90+ minute waits. If you’re on your own, maybe it’s worth the wait for free admission.

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