Museum Program in Southeast Michigan

Press Release

Macy’s is announcing the creation of a “Macy’s Museum Adventure Pass” designed to encourage museum and library visits. The program began on October 25, and is available at “all 162 public libraries located in Macomb, Oakland, Livingston, St. Clair, Washtenaw, and Wayne Counties. Detroit regional public library card holders can receive up to two or four complimentary admissions to 25 of Souteheast Michigan’s world-class arts and cultural institutions.”

These locations as a part of this program will admit up to four people on a library coupon: The Arab American National Museum, the Automotive Hall of Fame, Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, Detroit Children’s Museum, Detroit Historical Museum, The Detroit Institute of Arts, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Grosse Pointe Historical Society, Howell Nature Center, Macomb Cultural Center, Paint Creek Center for the Arts, Pewabic Pottery, University of Michigan Exhibit Museum of Natural History, Ypsilanti Historical Museum.

These locations will admit two: Cranbrook Art Museum, Cranbrook House and Gardens, Cranbrook Institute of Science, Edsel & Eleanor Ford House, Henry Ford Estate, Fair Lane, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, MOCAD, Plymouth Historical Museum, Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm.

Quantities are limited, according to the press release, so get your passes soon. The press release explains that each library branch or boomobile will have 5 passes for each of the participating museums.

For more information you can contact Maud Lyon of the Cultural Alliance of Southeastern Michigan at 313-715-6413.


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