The San Diego Natural History Museum (theNAT) is proud to participate in Museum Month during the month of February. Presented by Macy’s and created by the San Diego Museum Council, this month-long promotion offers half-price admission for up to four people when a Museum Month pass is presented at the Admissions Desk.
Museum Month passholders are invited to enjoy half-price general admission to theNAT, which includes access to the Museum’s core exhibitions Coast to Cactus in Southern California, Fossil Mysteries, Skulls, and Water: A California Story. The Museum Month pass will also allow access to all 2D and 3D films in the giant screen theater and The Ordover Gallery on Level 4.
The special exhibition The Discovery of King Tut is not included in general admission and therefore ineligible for the half-price Museum Month offer. However, theNAT is pleased to offer Museum Month passholders up to $5 off tickets to The Discovery of King Tut. Present your Museum Month pass to receive admission to The Discovery of King Tut at the following rates: $22 adult; $19 senior; $16 military/college student (with ID); $12 youth (7-17); and $6 child (3-6). Children 2 and under are free. Limit 4 per party.
Museum Month passes are available at Macy’s stores in the San Diego, Imperial Valley, or Temecula area. Visit the San Diego Museum Council’s website for more information on participating institutions.