Last Updated on 8/18/22
Here’s great news for New York EBT Cardholders. Did you know you can get free admission with EBT Card to museums and other family-friendly places like Aquarium and Zoos? In this post, we will explain what the “free admission with New York EBT” card is about and who is eligible.
Also, we will answer the most frequently asked questions about the program.
We have compiled the list below for your convenience.
This post about the “free admission with New York EBT” program will cover:
- What is Free Admission with EBT Program?
- Free Admission with New York EBT
- FAQs about New York EBT Discounts
What is Free Admission with EBT Program?
If you currently have a New York Food Stamps EBT card (NY SNAP EBT Card), you are eligible for free or discounted admission to over 600 museums nationwide.
This program is sponsored by Museums for All, and includes access to all types of museums — including art, history, natural history/anthropology, and general museums, children’s museums, science centers, planetariums, nature centers, historic houses/sites, zoos, aquariums, botanical gardens, and arboretums.
Although the program is targeted at Food Stamps EBT Cardholders, many sites allow EBT cards from other programs, including:
- WIC EBT Card
- EBT Card from TANF
- EBT Card from General Cash Assistance
Participating museums provide reduced admission, ranging from free to $3.00, to visitors presenting their EBT card.
Free Admission with New York EBT
The museums listed below all offer individual admission fees ranging from FREE to $3.00 to individuals and families who have a New York EBT Card, and a valid form of photo ID.
This reduced rate is available during all normal operating hours to up to four individuals per EBT card.
The list is organized in alphabetical order by name of participating museum.
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If my child received an EBT card through the NYC Dept of Education, does that entitle our family to the museum benefits, or do the parents in the family need to qualify for EBT in order to get museum benefits? Thank you!