Free admission to the Museum of Art for first responders

    First responders who visit the Philadelphia Museum of Art over the next week will be treated to free admission.

    The gesture is in the spirit of 9/11 and to celebrate the museum’s latest exhibit, “Shipwreck! Winslow Home and The Life Line,” explained curator Kathy Foster to CBS3.

     

     

    “First responders who show their IDs will get a chance to explore the exhibit and the entire museum; no charge. Policemen, firemen, all kinds of life safety personnel are all welcome to come [and] bring their families, they will get free admission to the museum,” says Foster.

    This special offer lasts until September 30.

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