EBT card holders (Electronic Benefits Transfer) can do more than just buy groceries with their card. Individuals and families who are receiving benefits in Washington State can use their EBT card or Provider One (Washington Apple Health) card for free or extremely reduced admission at many different places.
- Living Computer Museum – $1 daily admission OR $10 Family Memberships
Bring proof of eligibility to the Living Computer Museum to receive their Access rate. If you are eligible for any form of public assistance (including WIC, free/reduced school lunches, EBT, Medicaid, etc.) or are a registered foster home, you are eligible for the Access rate. Just bring proof of assistance to the Museum during business hours (Thursday through Sunday, 10am to 5pm) for entry.
- Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) – $2 per person
Discover the history and the future of the great city of Seattle with the rare objects, historic images and hands-on exhibits offered by MOHAI. Permanent exhibits include True Northwest, Maritime Seattle and the Bezos Center for Innovation. Temporary Exhibits include the Kid-struction zone, Edible City and more.
- Pacific Science Center – Family Memberships for $19/year
The Pacific Science Center has an incredible access membership for families who are receiving public assistance. It’s just $19 per year for up to 2 adults and 6 children.
- Seattle Children’s Museum – $1 per person with EBT or ProviderOne Card
Bring your EBT or ProviderOne Card to Seattle Children’s Museum and receive special discounted admission! Food stamps (EBT) cards enable card holders to visit the museum for just $1 per person for the entire family. A ProviderOne card enables the person named on the card to play for $1 as well.
- Kids Quest Children’s Museum – $3 per person
Visitors with an EBT card and photo ID pay just $3 for up to four people to play at Kids Quest Children’s Museum, located at 4091 Factoria Mall SE in Bellevue. Children who are less than one year old are always free.