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The vision of the Museum of Science is one where everyone can participate equally in the excitement of science and technology learning. Barriers to access, whether caused by finances, culture, language, education, or ability, can inhibit exploration. The Museum is intent on breaking down these barriers while creating relationships with new audiences and offers free admission for qualifying organizations and individuals.
At the Museum of Science, the health and safety of our staff, volunteers, and visitors is our number one priority. The Museum has developed a new set of routines and requirements to help ensure we do our part to stop the spread of COVID-19.Read our Code of Conduct
We can offer your group a reserved time to visit together or passes to be used individually or for smaller groups at your convenience. Review the information below for details and to see if your group qualifies. If you have any questions, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-723-2500.
To qualify, your organization should meet the following criteria:
To make a reservation, for a group of 15 or more individuals in the group:
To receive passes for a group of 14 or less individuals, that cannot make a reservation for a specific date in advance and meets the guidelines above, send request to email@example.com.
WIC & EBT Cardholders
As a member of the Card to Culture and Museums For All programs, we are proud to offer EBT or WIC cardholders from all 50 states up to 4 free Exhibit Hall admissions, with valid state photo ID all year long. Sponsored by the Mass Cultural Council and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Many libraries offer individuals passes for free or discounted Exhibit Halls admission. You need to reserve a pass for the date you want to visit and then pick it up at your local library or download it digitally from the library website. Currently, we request that you reserve a timed ticket before your visit to ensure we are not at capacity when you arrive. Contact your local library for more details!