The Lincoln Children’s Museum (www.lincolnchildrensmuseum.org) is thrilled to announce its partnership with the Museums for All program, solidifying Lincoln’s position now as a HUB city of educational and cultural experiences through this program.
Effective June 1, visitors can show their SNAP/WIC EBT card and receive $3 admission per person up to four people in their group at the Lincoln Children’s Museum through the Museums for All program.
Tara Knuth, the executive director of Lincoln Children’s Museum, expressed her enthusiasm about joining the Museums for All program, stating, “By becoming a participant in the Museums for All program, we are taking a significant step towards breaking down financial barriers so that more families can access the educational resources and experiences we offer.”
In addition to the Lincoln Children’s Museum, two other notable Lincoln institutions, the University of Nebraska’s State Museum Morrill Hall and the International Quilt Museum, are also participants in the Museums for All program. To become a HUB city, Museums for All requires a minimum of three participating museums within city limits.
For more information about the Lincoln Children’s Museum and its partnership with Museums for All, visit www.lincolnchildrensmuseum.org/museums-for-all.