December 17, 2012
In honor of the museum’s bicentennial this year, ANSP has been offering two-for-the price-of-one admission every 21st day of the month. (Photo by Will Klein courtesy Academy of Natural Sciences)
This Friday is a great opportunity to visit the Academy of Natural Sciences.
Not only will you be able to explore the treasures of the nation’s oldest natural history museum, you get to visit on a steep discount.
In honor of the museum’s bicentennial this year, ANSP has been offering two-for-the price-of-one admission every 21st day of the month. The offer ends March 21, 2013.
Regular admission is $15 for adults; $13 for children 3 through 12, seniors, college students, and military personnel; and free for members and children under 3. So it’s a great deal.
Why the 21st of each month? It was on March 21, 1812, that the Academy was founded by seven naturalists. Two centuries later, the Academy is a world leader in biodiversity and environmental research. See for yourself!
Bonus: you’ll be situated right in the thick of the holiday action in Center City, just blocks away from the Christmas Village in Love Park and the sensational Comcast Holiday Spectacular.
Academy of Natural Sciences
1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway