Free Museum Admission Program Signs up 11,000 High Schoolers

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    Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance
    The STAMP Pass allows students to visit Philadelphia museums for free.

    Since it launched last year, more than 11,000 teens signed up for STAMP — a program that gives high school students free admission to Philadelphia museums.

    Due to the success of its first year, STAMP, or Students at Museums in Philly, will be expanding in its second year with the addition of three new museums and a new loyalty program that will be used to encourage visitation and participation.

    Every time a student uses their pass at a participating museum, they will get points redeemable for various prizes, including museum discounts, gift cards, tickets for arts and culture events, and a free music lesson from mentoring organization Girls Rock Philly.

    Read more at PBJ.com.