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Smithsonian Museum Day

September 28th, 2012

Tomorrow- Saturday, September 29- hundreds of museums nationwide will open their doors for free, including nine local museums in Hawaii that are participating. Those are:

Anna Ranch Heritage Center
Kamuela
Bailey House Museum
Wailuku
Grove Farm Museum
Lihue
Mission Houses Museum
Honolulu
Iolani Palace
Honolulu
Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii
Honolulu
Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor
Honolulu
Queen Emma Summer Palace
Honolulu
Tropic Lightning Museum
Schofield Barracks
You have to download a ticket before going to the museum, and this Museum Day Live! ticket is only good for two people per household, per address. If you go to Museum Day Live! with more than one guest, your other guests will have to pay full admission.
The purpose of this promotion is to make Smithsonian artifacts and expertise more widely available- so if you can't go to the Smithsonian, it can come to you.
This Saturday, September 29th, museums nationwide will open their doors for free and local museums in your area are participating.  Museum-goers can download free tickets on the Smithsonian website, which grants free admission for 2 people.
For a list of participating museums in your area and to download tickets please email me or visit Smithsonian.com/museumdaylive.  I hope you will include this in your reporting this wThis Saturday, September 29th, museums nationwide will open their doors for free and local museums in your area are participating.  Museum-goers can download free tickets on the Smithsonian website, which grants free admission for 2 people.

For a list of participating museums in the country, and to download tickets, visit Smithsonian.com/museumdaylive.

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