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  • Archive for April 13th, 2010

    Annual Pass to Family Fun

    by Casey | Posted on April 13th, 2010

    Children's Museum of Richmond

    Children's Museum of Richmond

    Last week my family of four visited the Children’s Museum of Richmond. I won’t lie, admission fees sometimes deter me, but C-MOR offers an annual pass for families, and not just families of four. Families of five, six, eight, … however many children you have in your household, you’re all covered for one year for $100. Admission for the four of us for one day cost $32. That annual pass was an easy sell. We’ll recoup that money in just a few visits, and when we travel across Virginia, we can get into other children’s museums for free! Not to mention a 10% discount on gift shop purchases when the inevitable, “Can I have it? Puhleeaase?” rings out.

    Whether you’re a Virginia resident or a frequent visitor to Virginia who is looking for ways to stretch a dollar and still have fun, the annual family pass at the Children’s Museum of Richmond is a great option to consider. Virginia sister museums offering recirprocal admission under the pass are:

    In addition to these Virginia museums offering reciprocal admission, there are more than 100 others nationwide that your family can take advantage of as well.

    Have fun and save a dollar or two doing it! To begin planning your Virginia vacation, visit www.Virginia.org or call 1-800-Visit-VA to request your very own Virginia is for Lovers Travel Guide.



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