BOSTON: Museum Day Live!

In honor of the fact that anyone can just stroll right into any Smithsonian Museum without paying a red cent, this Saturday Smithsonian Magazine is giving you a chance to hit up some of the nation’s best museums and cultural centers for free.


In honor of the fact that anyone can just stroll right into any Smithsonian Museum without paying a red cent, this Saturday Smithsonian Magazine is giving you a chance to hit up some of the country’s best museums and cultural centers for free. While tons of cities are participating, Boston, with its slew of historical sites and world-class exhibitions, is the clear winner. The Museum of Fine Arts, the Harvard Museum of Natural History, J.F.K.’s birthplace, and tons more. Just go online and choose where you’d like to go, and fill this in. Your ticket (one per household, good for two people) will show up in your e-mail. Boom! Now you’re ready to soak in some art, or science, or whatever your little heart desires, FOR FREE. No matter where you are in this great nation of ours, there’s a good chance Museum Day Live! is happening somewhere nearby, so get on this great deal!

xx Ashley Churchill

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Harvard Museum of Natural History

John F. Kennedy National Historic Site

Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day Live!

 


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