Milwaukee Art Museum Offers Free Admission to Furloughed Federal Employees

-Two adults plus any children 17 and under get free Museum admission with proof of Federal employment.-

The Milwaukee Art Museum announced today that it will offer free admission to the Museum for furloughed federal employees during the partial government shutdown.

“We know this is a stressful time for everyone impacted by the shutdown,” said Amanda C. Peterson, Senior Director, Audience Engagement. “The Museum is a great place for escape, inspiration, personal contemplation and time with friends and family and we hope having access to that provides even a little bit of help.”

The admission offer is good for up to two people, along with children 17 and under.

Kids 12 and under always get in free, thanks to Kohl’s Cares.

To receive free admission, visitors must show a current federal ID or badge.

General Admission Pricing
$19 Adults
$17 Students (w/ID), Seniors (65+)
Free for Kids 12 & under every day thanks to Kohl’s Cares
Free to Members
Free to Wisconsin K–12 teachers with valid school ID or pay stub
Free the first Thursday of every month, sponsored by Meijer

Participants in WIC (Wisconsin Infants and Children), FoodShare, BadgerCare, or Medicaid can receive an annual family membership for $20, good for all features of Membership, including free admission for two adults and children 17 and under.

Adult tour groups or school groups should call 414-224-3842.