You know I love a free day at area museums, and so I was glad to see that the Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day will be back this Saturday (Sept. 17), with several area attractions offering free admission.
Participating museums in Middle Tennessee include The Parthenon (adult admission usually $10), Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage, (usually $19), Trousdale Place in Gallatin (usually $10), and Customs House Museum in Clarksville (usually $12).
Quite a nice savings to enjoy these local treasures!
The Smithsonian’s Museum Day is a longstanding one-day event in which participating museums and cultural institutions across the country provide free entry to anyone presenting a Museum Day ticket.
Just go to www.smithsonianmag.com/museumday/museum-day-2022/faq to find out which museums are participating and how to get the tickets.
Visitors will be allowed to download one ticket per email address. The ticket provides free general admission on Saturday for two people to each museum selected.
This is a nice opportunity for us! Check it out.
Mary Hance, who has four decades of journalism experience in the Nashville area, writes a weekly Ms. Cheap column. She also appears on Thursdays on Talk of the Town on NewsChannel5. Reach her at email@example.com and follow her on Facebook as Facebook.com/mscheap
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