Bank Of America “Museums On Us” This Weekend

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If you have a Bank of America card, it could be a cheap weekend. Show your card and a picture id and you can visist Bruce Museum, Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art and New Britain Museum of American Art for free this weekend and the first full weekend of each month.

Here’s the lowdown:

 

Bank of America has strong long-term relationships with an array of institutions nationwide including museums, science centers, botanical gardens and aquariums and created Museums on Us to promote these institutions and provide a free cultural benefit to Bank of America and Merrill Lynch cardholder.

Photo ID and a valid Bank of America/Merrill Lynch credit or debit card must be presented at the time of visit. One free general admission limited to each cardholder at a participating institution, excluding fundraising events, special exhibitions and ticketed shows the first full weekend (Saturday and Sunday) of each month. Not to be combined with other offers.

Bank of America is helping its cardholders kick off the fall season with Museums on Us, giving bank cardholders free admission to some of the most exciting cultural venues nationwide, including the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, PA, Seattle Art Museum in Seattle, WA, Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, CA and Golisano Children’s Museum of Naples in Naples, FL. As part of Museums on Us, more than 150 leading U.S. cultural institutions, in 91 cities across the country, open their doors to bank cardholders on the first full weekend of each month. Other upcoming weekends include: November 3-4 and December 1-2.

 Museums on Us – a national program – includes some of the country’s favorite cultural institutions like the Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX, Shedd Aquarium in Chicago, IL, Children’s Creativity Museum, San Francisco, CA and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, NY. For more information about Museums on Us, visit: http://museums.bankofamerica.com.”

 

 

 

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