Free parking and $2 per person admission at CMC for SNAP and Medicaid Recipients

Cincinnati Museum Center participates in Museums for All!

Museums are places for learning, but they’re fun, too! Come learn with us in new and exciting ways. We invite families to learn and explore together to build strong individuals, strong families and strong communities.

All SNAP and Medicaid cards accepted.

Guests with a valid food assistance card and photo ID or a valid Medicaid and photo ID will receive free parking and $2 per person admission with a Museum Admission ticket for up to ten guests.

Museums For All rates for The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center Admission: $2 per person, Students: Free

Cincinnati Museum Center accepts:
Food assistance (EBT) cards, SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), Medicaid cards

Please note, we no longer accept PEBT cards.

Valid cards from all 50 U.S. states will be accepted. Cards must be presented at the Box Office. Museums for All tickets cannot be purchased online. Call (513) 287-7001 to reserve your tickets in advance.

Bus #49 stops at Union Terminal. Bus #27 stops in front of the West End Library.

Museums for All participants are eligible for a discount on our Home School Monday classes. For more information or to book a class please call 513-287-7001.

About Museums for All

Museums for All is a national program that provides discounted museum admission for families presenting a food assistance (EBT) card. Museums for All is a cooperative initiative between the Institute for Museum and Library Services and the Association of Children’s Museums that offers access to children’s museums for people of all backgrounds, regardless of income. Museums for All will make CMC available to a larger number of families more effectively by offering greatly reduced admission during the entirety of the museum’s operating hours.

“Every family, regardless of income, should have access to high-quality, transformative learning experiences that only museums can offer. I’m excited to see that more Hamilton County families will benefit from all that Cincinnati Museum Center has to offer and that their children’s future will be brighter because of the opportunities it has to offer.”– Hamilton County Commissioner Todd Portune

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