Free Admission for Government Employees Impacted by Shutdown
Amazeum Offers Free Admission for Government Workers Impacted by Federal Shutdown
Federal Employees Can Visit Free Starting Saturday, January 26
BENTONVILLE, Ark. (January 24, 2019) — The Scott Family Amazeum is offering federal workers impacted by the government shutdown free admission to the museum until the government reopens.
Beginning Saturday, January 26, federal government employees on furlough or working without pay and three guests can visit the Amazeum free until the shutdown ends.
“We want to support our friends and neighbors during this difficult time by providing access to our experiences here at the Amazeum,” said Executive Director Sam Dean. “We know that the government shutdown is financially and emotionally stressful for families, and we want to provide them with an opportunity to set aside some of the worries by coming out and playing and learning together.”
Affected government employees must present a current id or badge at the Amazeum’s admission desk for entry during normal operating hours. Operating hours can be found at amazeum.org.
This offer is possible through Amazeum for All initiatives, which support affordable access to the Amazeum. To make a donation to support this and other accessibility initiatives, visit amazeum.org/donate.
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About the Scott Family Amazeum
The Scott Family Amazeum is a hands-on, interactive museum featuring Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) activities for families. Located at the intersection of J Street and Museum Way in Bentonville, the Amazeum experiences include a climbable tree canopy, indoor cave, the 3M Tinkering Hub, Hershey’s Lab, Nickelodeon PlayLab, the Market sponsored by Walmart and nearly one acre of outdoor space. For more information about the museum, visit amazeum.org.