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Bank of America’s “Museums On Us” 2018 Lineup

The first full weekend of the new month is coming up. That means free museums for Bank of America and Merrill Lynch cardholders. I’ve written about this previously here, but this post includes the updated lineup for 2018.

The “museums on us” program is a cool program that gives Bank of America and Merrill Lynch cardholders free entry to an assortment of museums across the country on the first full weekend of every month. All you have to do is present your credit or debit card with your photo ID to get free entry.

Below is the Florida lineup. To see the full roster for every state, click here.

As always, be sure to double check with the museum ahead of time to make sure they are open. Some of the below museums are seasonal, close for maintenance, etc…

The Official Bank of America “Museums On Us” Florida 2018 Lineup

Bradenton:
South Florida Museum and Bishop Planetarium | (website)

Daytona Beach:
Museum of Arts and Sciences | (website)

Fort Lauderdale:
Museum of Discover and Science (select months) | (website)
NSU Art Museum of Fort Lauderdale | (website)

Islamorada:
History of Diving Museum | (website)

Jacksonville:
Cummer Museum of Arts and Gardens | (website)
The Museum of Science and History (MOSH) | (website)

Jensen Beach:
The Children’s Museum of Treasure Coast | (website)

Miami:
American Museum of Cuban Diaspora | (website)
Coral Gables Museum | (website)
History of Miami Museum | (website)
Miami Children’s Museum | (website)
Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) | (website)
Pérez Art Museum Miami | (website)

Miami Beach:
Bass Museum of Art | (website)

Naples:
The Baker Museum / Artis Naples | (website)

Orlando:
Orange County Regional History Center | (website)
Orlando Museum of Art | (website)
Orlando Science Center | (website)
The Mennello Museum of American Art | (website)

Sarasota:
Selby Gardens | (website)

St. Petersburg:
Florida Holocaust Museum | (website)
Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg | (website)

Tampa:
Tampa Museum of Art | (website)

West Palm Beach:
South Florida Science Center and Aquarium | (website)

In Closing…

I hope someday to be able to visit all of these museums. I certainly have a ways to go. Out of the above list I’ve only visited two: the Florida Holocaust Museum and the Tampa Museum of Art (those links go to my articles for them). Both of them were well worth it and I can recommend that you check them out. As I knock more of these museums off the list, you can be sure that I will be updating this blog with the corresponding articles. Until then, thanks for reading and get out there!

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