FREE admission to local museums on Museum Day Live!


Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg

For one day only, museums across the country will take a page from the books of Washington, D.C.’s museums.

On Saturday, September 23, 2017, participating museums will offer FREE admission for those who download a 2017 Museum Day Live! ticket.

Museums in all 50 states have signed up to participate in Smithsonian magazine’s 2017 Museum Day Live!, the largest event of its kind.  Over 1,300 museums are expected to participate this year.

To download a free ticket, go to Each ticket grants the ticketholder, and one guest, free access to any participating museum on September 23. One ticket is permitted per household, per email address.

Here’s a list of participating museums in Central Pennsylvania:

Fort Hunter Mansion
5300 N. Front St., Harrisburg

The Hershey Story
63 W. Chocolate Ave., Hershey

York County History Center
250 E. Market St., York

National Watch & Clock Museum
514 Poplar St., Columbia

Wrightsville Historical Museum
309 Locust St., Wrightsville

Burning of the Bridge Diorama
124 Hellam Street, Wrightsville

Antique Automobile Club of America Museum
161 Museum Dr., Hershey

Columbia Historic Preservation Society
19-21 N. Second St., Columbia

National Toy Train Museum
300 Paradise Lane, Ronks

Warehime-Myers Mansion
305 Baltimore St., Hanover

Neas House
113 West Chester St., Hanover

Railroad of Museum of Pennsylvania
300 Gap Road,PA Route 741, Strasburg

World of Little League Museum and Official Store
525 US 15 (Montgomery Pike), South Williamsport

For a complete list of participating museums in the United States, go to


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