Cincinnati Museum Center is now participating in Museums for All, a program that provides discounted museum admission for families presenting a food assistance (EBT) card. Museums for All is a cooperative initiative between the Institute for Museum and Library Services and the Association of Children’s Museums to offer access to children’s museums for people of all backgrounds, regardless of income. Museums for All will make CMC availavle to a larger number of families more effectively by offering greatly reduced admission during the entirety of the museums operating hours.
Guests with valid food assistance card and photo ID will receive free parking and $2/person admission to the Duke Energy Children’s Museum for up to ten guests. At this time, Cincinnati Museum Center will only be accepting food assistance cards or SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) to qualify for the Museums for All offer. Valid cards from all 50 U.S. states will be accepted.
"Every family, regardless of income, should have access to high-quality, transformative learning experiences that only museums can offer," said Hamilton County Commissioner Todd Portune. "I'm excited to see that more Hamilton County families will benefit from all that Cincinnati Museum Center has to offer and that their children's future will be brighter because of the opportunities it has to offer."
Museums for All is made possible through the generosity of Rosemary and Frank Bloom.
In partnership with Procter & Gamble.