GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — The Grand Rapids Art Museum is joining the “Museums for All” program, which will allow people who have a Bridge card to visit for free.
The new program launched Monday. Under it, up to four people can get into the museum in downtown Grand Rapids for free if they show their Bridge card.
Museums For All is a national program aimed at giving museum access to families from all backgrounds.
“The Grand Rapids Art Museum is proud to announce its participation in Museums for All,” GRAM Director and CEO Dana Friis-Hansen said in a Monday statement. “Access to the arts is critical for the vibrancy of our community, and this program furthers the Museum’s initiative of offering inclusive and accessible experiences for visitors year-round.”
The program has more than 250 partners across the country, including the Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts in Grand Rapids, which offering SNAP Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) recipients $1 admission, and the Grand Rapids Children’s Museum.