Did you know that there’s a program that allows many Hoosier families to visit epic Indiana attractions for just $2 per person? We’re working with the Access Pass program to bring awareness to this fantastic opportunity!
Where can the Access Pass program take you?
Presented by The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, the Access Pass makes fun family learning more accessible. The Access Pass is good at 12 cultural attractions in Indiana, including the Terre Haute Children’s Museum!
Of course we’re big, big fans of our local museum. Did you hear that the Ropes Course is reopening? And of course the Under Construction exhibit has a great view of ACTUAL construction!
With the Access Program, a family of five could visit our museum for just $10!
Our family has also visited a few other gems on the list such as Conner Prairie Interactive History Park. Not knowing much about it, we were shocked by how much fun we had at Conner Prairie on our first visit!
Of course the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is a premier Indiana attraction. And the Sports Legends Experience is mostly outside! $2 per person is truly a steal of a deal for this legendary museum.
But that’s not all! The list of eligible experiences also includes
- Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art
- Indiana Historical Society
- Indiana Repertory Theatre
- Indiana State Museum & Historic Sites
- Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
- The NCAA Hall of Champions
- Newfields, Rhythm! Discovery Center
- WonderLab Museum in Bloomington.
The Access Pass is also valid for admission at 11 historic sites across the state through the Indiana State Museum.
Families that meet the requirements listed below can visit all participating locations for just $2 general admission per family member per visit, for up to two adults and all dependent youths living in the household.
Who is eligible for the Access Pass program?
Who qualifies? Indiana residents actively enrolled in these programs:
- Hoosier Healthwise Insurance (Indiana’s health care program for low-income families, pregnant women, and children)
- SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)
- TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families)
For our fellow foster and adoptive parents, we asked if our families would qualify. The official answer is that it’s for either parents or kids who have Hoosier Healthwise. Either one having it qualifies you for Access Pass!
Eligible families can easily apply online at the Access Pass website or visit any of the participating attractions (except for the Indiana Repertory Theatre, Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum, and the historic sites) and apply in person with the needed documentation. Visit the Access Pass website for more information on eligibility, enrollment, and participating attractions.
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