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A Weekend of FREE Museum Visits Awaits

Ali Bar

When I was home in Miami at the beginning of August, I wanted to see an exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in North Miami.  I was expecting to pay the $3 student admission price.  I handed the woman at the desk my debit card, which she promptly returned.  She then proceeded to explain the Bank of America Museums on Us program.  Every first weekend of the month Bank of America card holders can get in free.  So nice.  It not only works for MOCA, but I also went to a Latin American art exhibition I wanted to see at the Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale -- for free. That would have normally cost $10.  I managed to avoid paying $13 for both museums.  Now that I'm in New York, the first weekend in September will be filled with museum adventuring. The program is available at various museums across the country.

Other South Florida places you can visit for free this weekend and subsequent first weekends include:
Miami Art Museum
Miami Children's Museum
Miami Science Museum
Bass Museum of Art (Miami Beach)
Young At Art Children's Museum (Davie)
Museum of Discovery & Science (Fort Lauderdale)

Posted by Account Deleted at 10:57 PM on September 2, 2010 in College finances , Coupons , Entertainment , Savings , Vacations | Permalink | Facebook | Digg | del.icio.us | AIM



The Bank of America free museum program has been around for a long time

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Yes, It has been around for more than a decade. Yet many people, my friends and I, didn't find out about it until recently. If you know any other programs like the BofA Museums on Us, feel free to share.

Hopefully a couple people got out to the Museums this past weekend.

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