Phipps members: enjoy free admission days at Pittsburgh’s leading cultural attractions.
This month the benefits of a Phipps membership go further than ever! Phipps has joined together with fellow Pittsburgh cultural organizations to say “thank you” to our dedicated members by offering free admission on select dates this February. On the dates outlined below, participating institutions will offer free admission with presentation of a current photo ID and a Phipps membership card valid through the end of February 2018. Admission will be granted as follows:
- Student and Senior Citizen or Individual membership admits the cardholder only;
- Dual membership admits up to two people, including at least one cardholder; and
- Family/Household memberships and above admit up to two adults and four children, including at least one cardholder.
The complete calendar of free dates follows below:
Pittsburgh Botanic Garden | Sat., Feb. 3
Mattress Factory | Sat., Feb. 3
Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh | Sun., Feb. 4
(including Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Science Center and The Andy Warhol Museum)
Children's Museum of Pittsburgh | Fri., Feb. 9
(extended hours from 5 – 7 p.m.)
Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium | Sat., Feb. 10
The Frick Pittsburgh | Sun., Feb. 11
(tours of the Clayton House must be reserved in advance; contact The Frick for details)
Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens | Sat., Feb. 17
Westmoreland Museum of American Art | Sat., Feb. 24
Heinz History Center | Sun., Feb. 25
(includes the Fort Pitt Museum)
Contact us directly with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 412/315-0656. Please visit the websites of each participating organization for additional information regarding visiting and hours of operation.
Photo © Daniel Lu
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Sat., Feb. 24; 11 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.Join us and Grow Pittsburgh at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh in Oakland to swap seeds and plants, acquire tips and get ready for a great season of gardening. Bring seeds you saved from last year and take home a new selection to grow this year. Free and open to the public.
Hosted at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh in Oakland