Museums for All

If you receive PA food stamps, then you can get discounted admission to over 30 awesome museums throughout Pennsylvania.

Both the Access Admission Program by Art-Reach and the Museums for All Progam provide discounted admission for PA food stamps recipients. However, there are some differences between these programs. Access is local and for PA food stamps recipients only. Museums for All partners accept EBT cards from all 50 states! To separate them, we’ve used green titles to distinguish the Museums for All partners.

It is important to realize that you cannot pay for admission with your PA food stamps card. You will show the EBT card to receive the discount but you will need to pay the remaining admission price, if any, in cash or with a credit/debit card.


  • Old Economy Village – $2 per person
    Old Economy Village preserves the legacy of the Harmony Society, where the followers of George Rapp waited for the second coming of the Messiah.


Harrison City


  • Johnstown Children’s Museum – Any family receiving food assistance (SNAP) benefits can present their SNAP Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card to receive a reduced admission price of $3 per person, up to four people.
  • Johnstown Flood Museum – Any family receiving food assistance (SNAP) benefits can present their SNAP Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card to receive a reduced admission price of $3 per person, up to four people.


  • Andy Warhol Museum – $1 per person
    The Andy Warhol Museum offers an art collection, film and video collection and performing arts. See what’s up on their website.
  • Carnegie Museum of Art – $1 per person
    The Carnegie Museum of Art has something for everyone.
  • Carnegie Museum of Natural History – $1 per person
    Admire a collection of dinosaur fossils, gems, minerals and ancient artifacts.
  • Carnegie Science Center – $3 per person
    Engage with hands-on exhibits, watch live demonstrations and more at the Carnegie Science Center.
  • Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh – $2 per person
    Visit Daniel Tiger’s neighborhood, explore the attic and the backyard and so much more at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh! The museum website states that PA food stamps cardholders can receive $2 admission for up to four people. However, as a Museums for All partner, the CMP should honor EBT cards from all 50 states.
    Please note that photo ID is required for each adult and each adult’s ID must show the same address as the cardholder.
  • Mattress Factory – $1 per person
    It isn’t what it sounds like. Pittsburgh’s Mattress Factory is really a contemporary art museum and experimental lab. PA food stamps card holders pay just $1 per person for admission – a tremendous savings over the typical $20 per adult and $15 per student!
  • Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens – As part of the Museums for All program, Phipps offers general admission for up to four people for $3 each with presentation of an electronic benefit transfer (EBT) card from any state. Eligible parties should not complete their transactions online, and may simply arrive at a visitation time of their choosing. Guests must also present a photo ID showing the same address as the cardholder. This discount does not apply to the Port Authority ACCESS card and is not valid with any other offer
  • Pittsburgh Botanic Garden – $3 or less per person
    There are many different gardens available here. You can download a map on their website, which will guide you through the Hillside Pollinator Garden, Lotus Pond & Japanese Garden, Garden of the Five Senses, Heritage Homestead and more!
  • Pittsburgh Toy Lending Library – FREE
    The Pittsburgh Toy Lending Library offers a toy lending library with over 400 toys and indoor play space for young children. Families can visit for FREE with their PA food stamps card.
  • The Frick Pittsburgh


  • West Overton Village – West Overton Village is a proud participant of Museums for All, an initiative that strives to make museums more accessible for everyone. West Overton Village offers a $0 admission cost for groups of up to four guests eligible by receiving EBT/SNAP benefits. Includes a guided tour and museum admission.


  • Somerset Historical Center – $3 or less per person
    Bring history to life at this 150 acre rural history museum! In addition to a visitor’s center, you will see a 1770s farmstead, 1830s farmstead, 1860s maple sugar camp, 1890s cider press and more.