The Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown, NY
The Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown, NY

It's now the perfect time to visit your favorite museum, or explore a new one. From now until March 31, you can save 15% off admission to any participating New York State museum. Participants in the winter museum discount range from art galleries, to theaters, to science centers located throughout New York State. You can see a full listing of participating museums and download the coupon here.

Though each participating museum has something special to offer, especially with the diversity in type, here are a few of our favorites:

Motorcyclepedia Museum
Located in Newburgh, NY, north of New York City, the Motorcyclepedia museum has over 500 motorcycles, motorcycle memorabilia, and items related to motorcycle culture.

Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum
The Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum is located in Jamestown, NY, Lucille Ball’s hometown. The museum features items related to Ball’s and Arnaz’s long time television comedy careers including costumes, props, studio sets and more.

The Strong Museum of Play
Get ready for fun! The Strong Museum of Play located in Rochester, NY is a unique space filled with fun for young and old alike. From a mini Wegmans store and Sesame Street area to a full arcade complete with vintage and new games, there is something for everyone. Don’t miss the Toy Hall of Fame!

The Baseball Hall of Fame
Well known for its location in Cooperstown, NY, The Baseball Hall of Fame honors the best in the game of baseball. Featuring baseball memorabilia and stories of some of the greatest baseball players of all time.

Albright Knox Art Gallery
The Albright Knox Art Gallery is a contemporary and modern art gallery located in Buffalo, NY featuring a world-renowned art collection.

9/11 Memorial Museum
Located where the twin towers once stood, the 9/11 Memorial Museum honors those who died in the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.

Don't forget to download your coupon before you go!

Have you or do you plan to visit any of these or any other museums recently? Did any of them make your bucket list? If so, we want to know! Share your museum experiences with us via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Pinterest. Be sure to tag us using the CONY handle @nycampgrounds and also use #NYSBucketList so we’re sure to see your ideas. We're creating a Bucket List Brigade and your idea could make the list!


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