Discovery Museum Offers Free Admission To Emergency And Military Personnel

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

In remembrance of the anniversary of September 11, Creative Discovery Museum will offer free admission from September 8-14 to all police officers, firefighters, EMT workers, military personnel and their families. The offer is good for up to two adults and two children and valid only for September 8-14, with presentation of an appropriate ID.

“We are pleased to honor all first responders with free admission from September 8 through 14,” said Henry Schulson, Executive Director of Creative Discovery Museum. “These brave men and women so often go above and beyond the call in helping others.”   

Creative Discovery Museum also offers a special $3 discount year round to all Chattanooga police and firefighters and Hamilton Country sheriffs and their immediate families upon presentation of an appropriate ID. This discount offer is also good for all military families. 

For more information, call 756-2738.


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