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Free with admission.
Museums of Pop Culture are accessible to everyone, with admission only $2 per adult and $1.50 per child (ages 3–12). Military members can enter the museum for free if a valid ID accompanies them and their name is on file. Students, teachers’ assistants, and librarians also receive free admission when they show their student ID or teacher/librarian card at the door.
Admission costs $7-$12.
Consider buying a pass if you want to spend less money and see more art. You can buy one online or at the museum’s box office.
If you’re visiting on a weekday, check out their Facebook page for special offers like $5 admission for students and seniors (and if it’s summertime and there’s no school going on).
There are two entry options.
You can choose between two options for your museum pass:
The pass includes unlimited access to the entire museum and all special exhibitions with no additional admissions fees.
The pass includes unlimited access to the entire museum and all special exhibitions with no additional admissions fees. If you purchase a Museum Pass, you can visit anytime—even on days when tickets are sold out. In addition, if you’re planning on visiting multiple times during your trip, buying a Museum Pass will save money in the long run by giving you access to both permanent collections (which change constantly) and special events such as concerts or movies shown at night.
The pass is valid for one year from the date of issue; however, it may be renewed at any time during its lifespan by purchasing another pass through our website or by calling us at 1-800-621-6535
There are ways to save on admission costs if you visit often enough.
If you visit the museum often enough, or if you want to buy their passes and use them on different days, there are some ways to save money.
Takeaway: First-time visitors will have to buy tickets for special exhibits.
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Takeaway: There is no general admission charge for the permanent exhibit (which opened in 1992). Admission to the museum and special exhibits costs $7-$12.
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