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.

Active Duty Military and Veterans

Free general admission 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.
Download here

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 EBT or WIC card 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. 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.

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

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, 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

Typewriter Trail Curator
Typewriter Trail: The Curator’s Office
Typewriter Trail: The Curator’s Office

The New England editor might be using a pen in his portrait, but he would have typed final copy for the newspaper. Follow our Typewriter Trail to explore ideas around the use of the typewriter. Turn of the twentieth century…

Typewriter Trail: The Editor’s Office
Typewriter Trail: The Editor’s Office

The New England editor might be using a pen in his portrait, but he would have typed final copy for the newspaper. Follow our Typewriter Trail to explore ideas around the use of the typewriter. The 1946 painting titled New…

Charles Manthos And His Prototype Indian Motocycle
Charles Manthos and his Prototype Indian Motocycle

The late Charlie Manthos, a professional metallurgist and ardent Indian Motocycle collector, had an entrepreneurial vision of bringing a new, locally manufactured Indian Motocycle back into production. Working with two former Indian employees, Earl “Pop” Armstrong and design engineer Jimmie…

Thomas Hart Benton: A Visiting Masterpiece From The Museum Of Fine Arts, Boston
Thomas Hart Benton: A Visiting Masterpiece from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

A visiting masterwork by celebrated Regional artist Thomas Hart Benton (American, 1889-1975) is the centerpiece of a small exhibition exploring the artist’s expressive narrative style and interest in capturing the social history of his era. The 1946 painting titled New…

Elemental: Contemporary Encaustic
Elemental: Contemporary Encaustic

Debra Claffey, Patricia Gerkin, Donna Hamil Talman, and Charyl Weissbach make up the four artist collective called Elemental. Working in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, the artists of Elemental meld the ancient medium of encaustic, or melted wax, with a modern…

Typewriter Trail: The Writer’s Office
Typewriter Trail: The Writer’s Office

The New England editor might be using a pen in his portrait, but he would have typed final copy for the newspaper. Follow our Typewriter Trail to explore ideas around the use of the typewriter. Theodor Seuss Geisel, aka Dr.…

Dynamic Duos: Printmakers As Partners
Dynamic Duos: Printmakers as Partners

Like partnerships in life, partnerships in art can be intrepid, productive, devoted, or dramatic. This exhibition will bring together pairs of prints by artists who were friends, couples, or business partners. From the woodblock prints of husband and wife duo…

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…

Framing The 1930s: A Decade Of Architectural Photography
Framing the 1930s: A Decade of Architectural Photography

Photography has the power to influence the way that we see and interpret our surroundings. Showcasing photographs from the private collection of Peter Gordenstein, this exhibition will explore how renowned artists such as Berenice Abbott, Walker Evans, Paul Strand and…

Thank You For Your Service: The City Salutes The USS Springfield
Thank You for Your Service: The City Salutes the USS Springfield

The tradition of gifting silver services to US Naval ships dates to the 1880s, when the government sought to rally public support for new shipbuilding in the years following the Civil War.  As Congress authorized the construction of ships for…

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