Free Admission Days Coming Up at Field Museum

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Enjoy an outing to the Field Museum on upcoming free admission days! 

Chicago’s beloved natural history museum is one of the biggest in the world, with an amazing array of artifacts and exhibits. Free admission days are the perfect opportunity to see for yourself why the Field Museum is such a big deal!

Upcoming dates include Thursday, October 31; Sunday, November 12; Sunday, November 19; Sunday, December 3; and Sunday, December 24.

On these days, basic admission is free for Illinois residents with valid proof of residency- a great deal as basic admission is normally $22 for adults, $19 for students and seniors and $15 for children.

For those who want to check out special ticketed exhibitions and 3D films beyond basic admission, there are discount passes available as a special deal!

With the Discovery pass, guests can choose one ticketed exhibition other than Jurassic World or one 3D movie. Adults are $14, Seniors and Students are $12, Children (3-11) are $10. There’s also the all-access pass, which includes complete access to museum, as well as all ticketed exhibitions other than Jurassic World and one 3D movie. Adults are $21, Seniors and Students are $18, and Children (3-11) are $15.

Jurassic World: The Exhibition add-on passes are available for any museum admission, with adult tickets at $15, seniors and students at $14, and children at $10.

Those who qualify for state food assistance can visit at a discounted rate any day with the Museums for All initiative.

The Field Museum is open from 9 am to 5 pm everyday except for Christmas, with the last admission at 4 pm. Please visit the official website for more details and plan your visit today!

 

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