Museums For All FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions
Museums for All is a cooperative initiative between the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and the Association of Children’s Museums (ACM) to encourage increased and regular museum attendance by low-income and underserved families.
Any family that qualifies for state food assistance and is in possession of an EBT card (known in Illinois as the Link card) or WIC ID can simply present the card or ID at the box office to receive a Museum Entry +1 pass (which includes one show) for up to 8 people at $1 per guest. Any guests who wish to upgrade to a Museum Entry +2 pass (which includes two shows based upon availability and historic Atwood Sphere experience) may do so for $5 per guest.
The $1 per person rate includes a Basic Pass, which grants the card holder and up to 7 additional people access to one show. If any guest wishes to upgrade to a Museum Entry +2 pass for unlimited shows (based upon availability) and the historic Atwood Sphere experience, they may do so for $5 per guest. Discounts on any other programs, special events, or in Galileo’s Cafe or the Adler Store are not included in the Museums for All program.
Yes! The program continues to add new partners. Check here to find other participating institutions throughout the country.
EBT card or WIC ID holders can visit the Adler Planetarium as many times as they like and receive the Museums for All rate each time.
The Adler Planetarium ignites curiosity in everyone. All minds are welcome here. All minds are needed here. Our commitment to ongoing accessibility pushes us to always seek new ways of removing barriers to museum-going for every member of our community.
Your all-access pass to our universe!