Get Two Free Tickets to Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day

Get tickets for you and a guest to museums, planetariums, and other participating locations.

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Smithsonian Magazine is offering two free museum tickets to celebrate Museum Day on Saturday, September 22. The tickets are only valid for that one day, but you can pick them up right now. To get your tickets, simply click on the “Get Free Tickets” button below and register to receive them. You’ll get a download link for your tickets, which must be presented in person at the museum. The ticket does not cover additional costs like parking, special exhibits, or IMAX movies.

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A bunch of museums are participating in the promotion, but make sure the spot you’re interested in is on the list. You can follow this link to shop around and find one that’s perfect for you.

Slickdealer ultratumba has a suggestion for getting more than two tickets out of this deal. You get two tickets per email account, so try using multiple emails if you want to bring the whole family. Some Slickdealers warn about potential crowds on free museum day, but others assert that the crowds are no worse than normal. If you want to have some free fun while educating yourself, then mark your calendars and register today.


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Eric Vega

Eric Vega is a Puerto Rican writer and filmmaker working out of Burbank, California. He has covered a plethora of topics in his writing including the looming threat of invasive species, the true spirit of the Juggalos, and why space travel will always be a carnival of nightmares.

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