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Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Offers new Citizens Free 1-Year Memberships

The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is doing it right.

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Boston is a very progressive city, and in support of new citizens it is offering an innovate perk:

Starting July 1, 2017, new US citizens living in Massachusetts can receive a free one-year family membership to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston’s newest program enables the Museum to become a place for new Americans to gather, make connections within their community, and create bridges across cultures, making the MFA part of their American experience.

It’s simple too: You can come to the Museum, show a copy or photo of your naturalization certificate at any ticket desk within one year of your swearing-in, and you will get a free Museum membership for one year.

This membership consists of Free admission to the Museum for one year for two adults and unlimited children (age 17 and under), and a Free MFA mobile guide rental for MFA Citizens members (available in 9 languages).

Boom!

 

Erin Whitten is currently CMN's Senior Correspondent and is a Demi Lovato fan, Mass Communication and Media Studies major, and Multi-Media Specialist for the City of Chelsea, in that order.

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