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FAQ

 

What is Museums for All?

Museums for All is a cooperative initiative between the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and the Association of Children’s Museums (ACM) to encourage increased and regular museum attendance by low-income and underserved families. Kansas Children’s Discovery Center  is the first cultural institution in the state of Kansas to sign on to this innovative community engagement initiative.

How does Museums for All work?

Any Kansas family that qualifies for state food assistance and is in possession of an EBT card (known as the Benefits Card) can simply present the card or ID to receive admission for up to six people for $3. There must be at least one adult and one child 15 years old or younger to qualify for the Museums for All admission rate.

Is the Museums for All rate only available on specific days of the week? 

Any Kansas EBT card (known as the Benefits card)  holder is eligible for the Museums for All admission rate to Kansas Children’s Discovery Center anytime during regular hours of operation and during other special member events. 

Is there a limit to the number of Museums for All visits an EBT card holder can make?  

A Kansas EBT card holder can visit Kansas Children’s Discovery Center as many times as they like and receive the Museums for All rate each time.  At each visit, there must be at least one adult and one child 15 years old or younger to qualify for the Museums for All admission rate.

Why is Kansas Children’s Discovery Center participating in the Museums for All initiative?

Kansas Children’s Discovery Center believes every child deserves rich and diverse museum experiences. We are committed to ensuring accessibility for every family in Northeast Kansas.

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