The Access Pass—made up of twelve attractions in Indianapolis, Bloomington, and Terre Haute—provides countless opportunities for fun and learning for qualifying low-income Indiana families. Presented by The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, the Access Pass program helps those who receive state assistance visit select popular attractions at a greatly reduced rate of $2 per person per visit. Families that meet the requirements listed below can visit the participating locations at the reduced cost for up to two adults and dependent youth living in the household.
An Indiana resident is eligible for Access Pass if a member within the immediate household is enrolled in any one of these state assistance programs:
- Hoosier Healthwise Insurance (Indiana’s health care program for low-income families, pregnant women, and children)
- SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)
- TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families)
For more information on eligibility and to easily apply online, visit the Access Pass website.
Participating member institutions include Conner Prairie, Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, Indiana Historical Society, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum, Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites, Newfields, NCAA Hall of Champions, Rhythm! Discovery Center, Terre Haute Children’s Museum, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, and Wonderlab Museum in Bloomington.