Free museum admissions for SF residents with EBT, Medi-Cal cards

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Planning to hit some San Francisco museums this summer?

As a gift from the city, you may be able to visit for free all season long — if you qualify. 

San Francisco Museums for All is offering free entry to more than 15 museums and cultural centers for residents who are a part of public benefit programs. 

All you have to do is show your Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) or you Medi-Cal card, in addition to showing proof of being a resident.

This will give you free general admission for up to four people. 

The offer is available from June 1 to Sept. 2. 

You will be able to go to all locations, as many times as you’d like.

Here is a list of participating museums:

  • California Academy of Sciences
  • Cartoon Art Museum
  • Children’s Creativity Museum
  • deYoung Museum
  • Legion of Honor Museum
  • Museum Craft Design
  • Randall Museum
  • San Francisco Botanical Garden
  • Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
  • Conservatory of Flowers
  • The Walt Disney Family Museum
  • Asian Art Museum
  • Contemporary Jewish Museum
  • Museum of the African Diaspora
  • San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
  • San Francisco Recreation and Parks

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