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Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory Announces Participation In New Group Membership, MAP

The Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory is proud to announce it is joining a group membership program designed to give participants year-round access to four Fort Wayne museums, including Fort Wayne Museum of Art, the History Center, Science Central, and the Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory. This program replaces the Museum Dreams Membership and has been rebranded as the Museum Access Pass (MAP).

A MAP Membership affords its owner year-round family membership benefits at each of the listed Fort Wayne attractions at a discount. The retail price for membership at each of the four attractions, if purchased separately, is $235. MAP will be sold for only $185, giving families a price break. Further, nationwide reciprocal benefits are included through MAP with the exception of FWMoA’s reciprocal programs, but those benefits are available with a price upgrade when purchasing MAP through FWMoA.

“Joining this program means we are able to offer the people in our community yet another way to access Botanical Conservatory programming along with the experiences created by our partner organizations. The Museum Access Pass is an affordable way to engage with the diverse offerings of the cultural and educational resources in our city,” said Conservatory Manager Chad Shaw.

MAP will be available for purchase on November 1 at www.botanicalconservatory.org , or those interested may visit any of the four museums in person or online to purchase a pass.