Reminder: Free Days in 2014 at Field Museum in Chicago

It is time for more Field Museum Free Days!  There are 52 days a year when basic admission is free to Illinois residents – including  Second Mondays. So come on down to the Field Museum at 1400 South Lake Shore Drive – Chicago, IL for free admission (regular price is $15/adults and $10/kids so this is a BIG savings!). (click at bottom for more info)
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Illinois residents can enjoy complimentary basic admission during The Field Museum Discount Days.  See how we put science into action in Abbott Hall of Conservation Restoring Earth, journey through 4 billion years of life on earth in Evolving Planet, fall in love with ants in The Romance of Ants, see SUE the T. rex, climb down an ancient egyptian tomb in Inside Ancient Egypt, and so much more.
Did you know: The Field Museum is open on Thanksgiving? Learn More HERE

 

 

The 2014 Discount Days that are published for the rest of 2014 are posted below:

 


 

 

Discount dates are subject to change.

 

Please click link at bottom for most current information!


Check out the Evolving Planet or DNA Discovery Center Exhibitions. The Field Museum was originally founded to house the biological and anthropological collections assembled for the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893, which form the core of the Museum’s collections. The Museum’s exhibition, research and education programs are reknown and include a world-class natural history library of more than 250,000 volumes.

The Field Museum offers a variety of exhibitions, click below for more info on…

– Permanent Exhibits (including Africa, Animal Biology, The Ancient Americas, The Hall of Jades, etc.)http://www.fieldmuseum.org

– Temporary Exhibits (including The Nature of Diamonds, Sacred Waters, Real Pirates, Vision, etc.)

– Online Exhibits (Ancient Americas, Evolving Planet, etc.)

 

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

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