Reciprocal Admission at Local Attractions in 2020

From our friends at the Oregon Zoo

An Oregon Zoo membership just got that much better.

Back by popular demand, museums and attractions in the Portland metro area and beyond have teamed up to offer a reciprocal membership program in 2020.

This special promotion was initiated as a way to show appreciation for each attraction’s loyal members, as well as to highlight the important role that cultural attractions play in the community.

Through 2020, membership to any one of the organizations listed below is your key to free admission for up to four people during the months listed below:

January: Oregon Zoo
February: Oregon Historical Society
March: Deepwood Museum and Gardens
April: Washington County Museum
May: World of Speed Motorsports Museum
June: Columbia River Maritime Museum
July: Clark County Historical Museum
August: Architectural Heritage Center
September: Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks & Minerals
October: Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum
October: World Forestry Center
November: Oregon Coast Aquarium
December: Lan Su Chinese Garden

So—let’s say you’re an Oregon Zoo member. This means that you can take your family to the World of Speed Motorsports Museum for free during the month of May, The Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks & Minerals in September, the Oregon Coast Aquarium during the month of November—you get the idea!

The benefit is valid for the whole month, just as it would be for members of that attraction. You may use it as many times as you like at the featured attraction each month for daytime admission.

Visitors must show their proof of membership along with photo ID to the gate attendants at the designated attraction to receive 4 admission tickets (per membership).

This benefit is solely for attraction admission during regular business hours. The membership benefit does not extend to discounts on classes, camps, store merchandise, or special events (like ZooLights at the Oregon Zoo).

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