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.