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Bank of Americas Museums on Us

Bank of America’s “Museums on Us” initiative is a remarkable program designed to provide Bank of America and Merrill Lynch customers with free general admission to over 150 museums across the United States. This initiative aims to increase access to the arts and cultural institutions while offering an exclusive benefit to cardholders. 

Running from January 6 to December 8, 2024, Museums on Us allows cardholders to enjoy complimentary access to participating museums on the first full weekend of every month. This includes a wide range of museums, spanning from well-known institutions to regional gems, covering diverse fields such as art, science, history, and cultural heritage.

Each Bank of America or Merrill Lynch cardholder is entitled to one free general admission per eligible Museums on Us Day. It’s important to note that admission is non-transferable and limited to the cardholder, who must present a valid Bank of America or Merrill Lynch credit or debit card along with a photo ID.

While the program offers an excellent opportunity to explore various museums, it’s essential to understand the terms and conditions. Free admission does not include special exhibitions and ticketed shows, and it does not guarantee reservations. Additionally, the offer is applicable only during the first full weekend (consecutive Saturdays and Sundays) of each month.

Furthermore, Bank of America and Merrill Lynch associates are also eligible for free general admission to Museums on Us weekends. To avail themselves of this benefit, associates must present current proof of employment along with an additional photo ID.

Overall, the Museums on Us program not only benefits Bank of America and Merrill Lynch customers but also brings new audiences to participating cultural institutions, fostering a greater appreciation for the arts across communities nationwide.


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