INDIANAPOLIS – More than 20 Indiana museums will offer free admission this weekend as part of the Smithsonian’s Museum Day Live! event.
The annual event, held Saturday, will open up museums around the country free of charge.
Participants are asked to download their free ticket online, which includes entry for two people and simply head down to their museum of choice.
Participating Indianapolis museums include the Indiana Historical Society, Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library, Conner Prairie and Rhythm! Discovery Center.
Other participating museums around Indiana can be found here.
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