If you have never even been to or maybe you have it is so big you really cant see everything in a day. it was a yearly school trip when growing up and you were always amazed at all the things you would see. I am talking about a visit to the Smithsonian Institute.

Besides all the awesome things you will see at the Smithsonian, Tickets for Smithsonian magazine’s 17th annual Museum Day are now available for download. The event is this Saturday, September 18.

What you need to do Museum-goers is head to the Museum Day website to download their ticket. Each ticket grants the ticket holder and one guest free, timed access to any participating museum on September 18, 2021. One ticket is permitted per email address.

With a lot of places being shutdown this year, Museum Day 2021 is celebrates the reopening of museums after long closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

They calling it, Experience America, representing the return to, and resurgence of, our country's diverse cultural experiences, in the safest possible way.

Even though the tickets will be FREE of charge, participating museums will have safety precautions in place for this year’s event so guests can safely and comfortably enjoy their experience.

They aren't the only museum participating you can see a full see the of participating museums and download a free ticket please visit: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/museumday/museum-day-2021/

Participating museums nationwide. For a full list, please visit https://www.smithsonianmag.com/museumday/search/?q=

Teachers and parents check this out, Now through September 15, 2021, Quaker Oats are running a back-to-school instant win giveaway program in which participants will have the chance to win one of one hundred Smithsonian Science kits per day.

Quaker will also host a grand prize instant win giveaway in which five adults will each win a virtual Smithsonian museum tour and a private Q&A with a museum educator for up to 35 participants. For more information and Official Rules about the giveaways please visit QuakerBacktoSchool.com.

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