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Downtown Culture Pass – 3 Days unlimited access to Museums in Lower Manhattan
Here is something from one of our local museums which is rich with American History.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Fraunces Tavern Museum
54 Pearl Street
New York, NY 10004
212-425-1776, ext. 19
NEW “DOWNTOWN CULTURE PASS” LURES VISITORS WITH THREE DAYS OF UNLIMITED
ACCESS TO MUSEUMS IN LOWER MANHATTAN
New York, NY – In an effort to highlight the multiple cultural attractions
located within convenient walking distance of each other, several of
Manhattan’s downtown museums have banded together to create the Downtown
Culture Pass — a ticket, good for three days, that provides admission, shop
discounts or other benefits at eight downtown museums plus a tour company,
all located south of Chambers Street.
Elizabeth H. Berger, president of the Downtown Alliance, said the Downtown
Culture Pass makes it easy to explore Lower Manhattan’s impressive array of
“Lower Manhattan is rich in history, culture and the arts. We’re delighted
that our world-class museums and other attractions can showcase all that our
district has to offer,” Berger said.
For the single price of $25 for adults (18+), $15 for youths (13-17) and $5
for children (6-12), the Downtown Culture Pass will grant each ticket holder
unlimited admission and/or other discounted benefits for three full days to
any and all participating museums, plus discounted tours conducted by Wall
Street Walks. The pass may be purchased online at
www.downtownculturepass.org <http://www.downtownculturepass.org> , or in
person at the Museum of American Finance or the Museum of Jewish Heritage.
A rack card with information on the cultural attractions, offers, and how
and where to buy tickets, will be available at the participating museums.
The Downtown Culture Pass program will run from November 4, 2010 through
February 28, 2011 and may subsequently be extended or expanded.
Participating organizations and their discounted benefits are:
National Museum of the American Indian* (10% shop discount, free Collector’s
Circle membership for first 100 pass holders and a free copy of American
Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House
One Bowling Green, 212-514-3700
*Admission to these cultural attractions is always free.