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Museums for All: Tallahassee Museum offers free admission to underserved communities

Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) cardholders and up to three guests can now enjoy unlimited free visits to the Tallahassee Museum, thanks to a recently implemented program.

Dubbed “Museums for All,” the national program aims to “remove barriers” and encourage families of all backgrounds to visit the museum regularly.

“Museums for All is an essential part of the Tallahassee Museum’s commitment to be a gathering place for the community to learn about and celebrate our region’s natural and cultural resources,” Tallahassee Museum President and CEO Russell Daws said. “What excites me about the initiative is that we can now welcome families who may have never had the option to visit us before to come out and enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.”

The Museums for All initiative represents a long stride toward the goal of reaching out to underserved communities with the valuable learning resources of museums, a Tallahassee Museum press release states.

The program supports the belief that museums can inspire the development of new skills and interests, ignite creativity and enrich social connections.

The Tallahassee Museum is at 3945 Museum Dr. in Tallahassee. For more information, visit

Special to The Herald