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Join the Bradbury Science Museum Association and start to enjoy the benefits right away.
May 1, 2017
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Membership in the BSMA could pay for itself with a single visit to a participating museum.

Join the Bradbury Science Museum Association (BSMA) and gain access to science museums around the country, from the Anniston Museum of Natural History in Alabama to The Science Zone in Wyoming. But that’s not all! Membership also includes access to facilities around the world, including The Mind Museum in the Philippines and the Science Centre Singapore in, you guessed it, Singapore.

It’s all made possible through the Association for Science – Technology Center’s (ASTC) Passport Program.

For instance, you can visit the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama, and two adults and up to four children under 18 can get in for free. At current pricing, that could be a savings of up to $144.

At the Orlando Science Center, the free admission includes two adults and all children under 18 living in the household. For that same family, it could be a savings of almost $120.

At those prices, a BSMA membership could pay for itself with one visit!

Here are all the per-year membership levels for the Bradbury Science Museum Association:

Explorer - $20 - One child under 18
Student/Educator - $35 – One adult, with student or faculty ID
Senior – $35 - One adult, age 65 or older, with ID
Individual - $40 – One adult
Dual - $55 – Two adults or one adult and one child
Grandparent - $65 – Two adults and up to four grandchildren under 18
Family - $75 – Two adults plus all children under 18 residing in the same household

To join, go to the BSMA’s pages.

For more details on which museums are included, visit the ASTC pages.

For more information, email the association at mailto:bsma.membership@gmail.com.

Joining will benefit you and science education in northern New Mexico.