Reciprocal Membership

Reciprocal admission cannot be combined with other offers. Free or discounted admission can only be applied in person on the day you would like to visit the Museums.

Free general admission for up to two adults and two children under 18 living at the same address with participating institution membership card. Does not include planetarium, special event or exhibit fees. Note: Institutions within 90 miles (“as the crow flies”) of the Springfield Museums’ campus may be excluded.

Free general admission during regular museum hours and 10% discount on Museum Store purchases with participating institution membership card.

Free general admission during regular museum hours and 10% discount on Museum Store purchases with participating institution membership card.

Discount Offers

Discounts are subject to change and cannot be combined. Discounts can only be applied in person on the day you would like to visit the Museums.

Springfield Residents

Free general admission during regular museum hours with valid ID. Visitors ages 3-17 accompanied by a non-Springfield resident adult must present a Springfield school ID.

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May 18-September 2, 2019 Free admission for active duty service members and up to five members of their family during regular museum hours with valid ID. Learn More

Active Duty Military and Veterans

Free general admission for service members during regular museum hours with valid ID.

Free general admission on the first full weekend (Saturday-Sunday) of each month with active debit or credit card featuring the Bank of America or Merrill Lynch name and logo, plus an active, valid photo ID. Cardholders only.

Visitors Bureau WOW Coupon

Buy one general admission, get one general admission of equal or lesser value 50% off with voucher.
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Non-Profit Pass Program

Free general admission for up to four visitors during regular museum hours. Must present pass on loan from participating human services agency. Learn more

EBT Card to Culture Initiative

$3 general admission per visitor for up to two adults and four children. Does not apply to special events or programs that include an additional fee. The Museums do not process EBT transactions; cash or other payment must be provided for admission. EBT or WIC card holder must be present and a member of the visiting party.

$22.50 for one adult admission during regular museum hours with MTA card. Cardholder only. $10 off any membership level with proof of licensure.

$22.50 for one adult admission during regular museum hours with CEA card. Cardholder only. $10 off any membership level with proof of licensure.

Free general admission, 10% off at Museum Store purchases, and member pricing for lecture and event tickets with participating institution membership card. Learn more

$2 off general admission during regular museum hours for cardholders.

10% off admission. Limit one ticket per transaction. Learn more

$2 off adult general admission during regular museum hours with card.

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20% off adult and youth general admission during regular museum hours and 10% off Museum Store purchases with membership card.

Combined ticket for the Springfield Museums and the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Available for purchase at the admissions desk at both museums. Learn more

Combined ticket for the Springfield Museums, Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art and the Norman Rockwell Museum. Available for purchase at the admissions desk at all three museums. Learn more

The Arts Card

$2 off an adult general admission during regular museum hours with card.

Program Calendar

Current Exhibits

Horace Smith And Daniel Baird (D.B.) Wesson
Legacy: The Philanthropy Of Mr. Smith & Mr. Wesson
Legacy: The Philanthropy of Mr. Smith & Mr. Wesson

Legacy: The Philanthropy of Mr. Smith & Mr. Wesson examines the beneficence of the Smith & Wesson founders Horace Smith and Daniel Baird (D.B.) Wesson. The two men formed the Smith & Wesson Company in Springfield in November 1856 in…

Van Gogh For All
Van Gogh for All

Van Gogh for All immerses visitors in the works of the world’s most famous painter. Designed to engage 21st-century audiences in the 19th-century art of Vincent van Gogh, this experientially-rich exhibition uses modern technology and participatory learning to immerse new…

Fanny Palmer: The Artist Behind Currier & Ives’ Greatest Prints
Fanny Palmer: The Artist Behind Currier & Ives’ Greatest Prints

Although her designs adorned the walls of homes and businesses across the United States in the 19th century, the name Frances (“Fanny”) Flora Bond Palmer (1812-1876) remains largely unknown. While working behind the scenes for the American lithography firm Currier…

In Bloom: Floral Works From The Collection
In Bloom: Floral Works from the Collection

New Opening Date! Throughout history, artists have been inspired by flowering plants and their colorful blossoms.  The floral prints in this exhibition combine artistic sensibility with close observation of the natural world. Displayed alongside artfully arranged botanical specimens from the…

Van Gogh And Japanese Prints
Van Gogh and Japanese Prints

Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) was captivated by Europe’s popular fascination with Japanese culture. He collected and copied Japanese woodblock prints, as well as took artistic inspiration from their vibrant colors and innovative compositions. In an 1888 letter from Van Gogh…

Taking Care Of Business: A Century Of Women And Work In Springfield
Taking Care of Business: A Century of Women and Work in Springfield

Extended! This exhibit traces the history of  local women in the 20th century as they respond to the changes and challenges of their times. For some this meant entering the work force in traditional and non-traditional ways, for others  it…

Thomas & Friends™: Explore The Rails!
Thomas & Friends™: Explore the Rails!

The world’s most beloved #1 blue engine rolls into the Springfield Museums this summer! Featuring the favorite engines and destinations from Thomas & Friends, the STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Math) -focused exhibit seeks to engage children, ages 2 through…

The Baby’s Biography: Theodor Seuss Geisel
The Baby’s Biography: Theodor Seuss Geisel

Never before available for public view, The Baby’s Biography: Theodor Seuss Geisel features the book in which Henrietta “Nettie” Seuss Geisel recorded the childhood milestones of her son, Ted Geisel, who would grow up to be Dr. Seuss. Many baby…

People At Work And Other Environmental Portraits By Tad Malek
People at Work and Other Environmental Portraits by Tad Malek

New Closing Date Local photographer Tad Malek seeks to capture unique and authentic moments through his insightful portraits of people at work in Western Massachusetts and around the world. Sometimes candid, sometimes posed, these momentary snapshots provide a glimpse into…

Horace Smith And Daniel Baird (D.B.) Wesson Van Gogh For All Bedroom Currier & Ives Lithograph Woodblock Prints Trio Of Japanese Prints From The Permanent Collection Taking Care Business Thomas Friends Explore Rails Seuss Baby Book Black And White Photo By Ted Malek