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SNAP and Medicaid cardholders can now visit the Cincinnati Museum Center at discounted prices.
Cheap tickets to the Cincinnati Museum Center
Medicaid and SNAP card discounts
Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal makes it easier for guests from all backgrounds to have impactful experiences. Those experiences often include the Duke Energy Children’s Museum. The museum participates in Museums for All, a program that provides museum admission discounts for families presenting SNAP or Medicaid cards.
Any person presenting a current SNAP or Medicaid card and photo ID can purchase admission to the Duke Energy Children’s Museum for just $2 per ticket. This offer is valid for up to 10 individuals. Also, admission includes free parking. That means that for just $2 per ticket, families can splash around as they explore the principles of water. Also, families can try their hand at veterinary medicine complete with lab coats and X-rays and floss giant teeth as they brush up on proper oral health in the Duke Energy Children’s Museum.
About Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal
Opened in 1933, the Cincinnati Museum Center is a one-of-a-kind, multi-museum complex inside Union Terminal. Union Terminal is a historic Art Deco train station and national historic landmark. It inspires people of all ages to learn more about the world through science, regional history, and educational experiences.
The Cincinnati Museum Center’s major offerings at Union Terminal include Cincinnati History Museum, the Cincinnati History Library, and Archives. Also, it includes the Duke Energy Children’s Museum, Natural History Science museum and the Robert D. Lindner Family OMNIMAX ® Theater. Similarly, patrons continually enjoy the traveling exhibits and dinosaur hall. Most noteworthy, it is the largest cultural institution in the city of Cincinnati, with more than 1.4 million visitors per year.
The exhibits support and complement the state-of-the-art collections and research facility, the Geier Collections & Research Center and educational programs. Also, the exhibit supports professional development programs for teachers, day and overnight camps, public lectures, tours, and cultural events.
The Museum Centerâs collection encompasses more than 1.8 million artifacts, artworks, and archives. In addition, it collaborates with the Ohio Chapter of the Nature Conservancy to protect the 16,000-acre Edge of the Appalachia Preserve System. As a result, it provides critical habitats for more than 100 rare plant and animal species. Another key factor, the Eulett Center acts as a research and education facility at the Preserve.
Certainly, the Cincinnati Museum Center will be known for its world-class learning experience commitment to the past, present, and future. Its staff research capabilities expand opportunities for educational programming.
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