Grand Rapids Public Museum Partners with John Ball Zoo in September

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) —The Grand Rapids Public Museum and John Ball Zoo are pleased to announce a membership partnership for the month of September. Members of both organizations will enjoy free admission to both locations during the month of September. Members of the Grand Rapids Public Museum will have the chance to visit the John Ball Zoo and gain free admission, including access to their special exhibits such as the “Washed Ashore-Art to Save the Sea” exhibit. Members will also have access to the zoo’s KoalaPalooza event over Labor Day weekend. In return, John Ball Zoo members can visit the Grand Rapids Public Museum for free admission, including the museum’s new exhibit “A Celebration of Souls: Day of the Dead in Southern Mexico.” John Ball Zoo members will also have free access to their original ‘fashion and nature’ exhibit. You can sign up at the Grand Rapids Public Museum or John Ball Zoo to start enjoying all the great benefits of membership.

Members of the Grand Rapids Public Museum receive special benefits such as free general admission and parking and discounts at Chafee Planetarium and the Curiosity Shop, to name a few. Your membership goes one step further as you will receive free general admission to over 300 museums and science centers across the country. For more information on memberships and how to sign up, click here.

John Ball Zoo members also enjoy special benefits, including free, unlimited general admission. You can also get free or discounted admission to over 150 zoos and aquariums across America. Receive discounts at the gift shop and concessions as well as discounts on birthday parties and special events. There are a variety of different memberships available. For more information, you can check out their different membership levels here.

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