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Free Smithsonian Museum Day (September 27, 2014)

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Sign up to get your free Smithsonian Museum Day tickets. You can get two free tickets to any participating museum on September 27, 2014.

Your ticket will be emailed to you after you submit your information. You must print your ticket and present it to receive your free admission. Don’t delay, tickets will run out quickly.

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4 Comments

  • OJ says:

    I went to the site, found a museum I want to visit , created an account, received an e-mail, but no ticket. How do you get the ticket?

    • Hmm, did the email have info on that? I believe it should be emailed to you, though it might possibly vary by museum location.

      • OJ says:

        This is all that was in the e-mail I received:

        Know before you go:

        One ticket for two people only
        One ticket per valid email address
        One ticket will gain entry only in the museum listed on this page
        Ticket 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 with any other offer
        Only an official Museum Day Live! ticket is eligible for free entry
        If a museum reaches capacity, the museum has the right to limit guests until space becomes available
        The ticket is only valid on Museum Day Live! September 27, 2014

        As a gift for participating in Museum Day Live, you will receive the digital edition of Smithsonian magazine free for one year with no obligation, beginning with the October edition. You may opt our of receiving this edition at any time.

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