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Several New Orleans area museums to offer free admission this month.

Tina Howell

Fun Fact... The month of August is New Orleans Museum month, and several area museums are participating. Museum month is collaboration between local area museums of all sizes throughout the greater New Orleans area. All through the month, if you purchase a membership to a participating museum, you will get free access to all of the other participating museums.

There are a total of 22 museums that are participating in New Orleans Museum month, and they are located throughout the French Quarter, Arts District, CBD, Treme and Mid City. Participating museums include the Louisiana Children's Museum, New Orleans Jazz Museum, Longue Vue House and Gardens, New Orleans Museum of Art, Ashe Cultural Arts Center, Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience, Hermann-Grima House, Gallier House, Louisiana State Museum, Confederate Memorial Hall Museum, The Historic New Orleans Collection, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans African American Museum, BK Historic House and Gardens, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Sazerac House, Pitot House, Newcomb Art Museum, Studio Be, The Backstreet Cultural Museum, New Orleans Pharmacy Museum as well as the National WWII Museum, which has been ranked the #1 attraction in New Orleans and the 3rd best museum in the country.

Free entrance to the participating museums during Museum Month is limited to 2 people per membership. You can also share your experiences throughout Museum Month by uploading your photos on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and use the tag #NolaMuseumMonth.

To learn more about New Orleans Museum month and the participating museums to go
National WW2 Museum in New OrleansWVUE

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