COUNCILMAN O’NEILL ANNOUNCES TWELVE MUESEUMS NOW FREE FOR PHILADELPHIA HIGH SCHOOLERS

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PHILADELPHIA – 10/10/2013 City Councilman Brian O’Neill has announced that Philadelphia high school students are now eligible for one year of free admission to 12 of the city’s museums thanks to STAMP: the Virginia and Harvey Kimmel Family Teen Program. Students who enroll in STAMP (Students at Museums in Philly) will receive the STAMP Pass, a card that they can present to get free out-of-school-time admission to 12 of the city’s museums. The STAMP Pass is available for free to teens ages 14-19 who live in the city of Philadelphia. Teens can register for the pass by visiting phillystamppass.org

Participating museums and cultural institutions:

African American Museum in Philadelphia National Constitution Center
Barnes Foundation National Museum of American Jewish History
Eastern State Penitentiary Penn Museum
Fabric Workshop and Museum Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Institute of Contemporary Art Philadelphia Museum of Art
Mutter Museum Philadelphia Zoo

If you would like assistance registering for the program or for more information, please contact one of Councilman O’Neill’s three offices, FOP “Heroes Hall” headquarters building at 11630 Caroline Road (215-437-9167), Bustleton & Bowler above the 7th Police District (215-685-0432), and 562 City Hall (215-686-3422).

 

 

 

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