Active military personnel and their families can enjoy free admission to the Sacramento History Museum through Labor Day. The museum is one of 1,800 across the United States offering free admission to those who serve our country and members of their immediate families. The military personnel must have proper ID. Family members—spouse, children, parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles—may tour the museum without the active military member present as long as they have proper ID. Young children (younger than the age of 10) who don’t have ID must be accompanied by a parent carrying proper ID.
If you’ve never been to the Sacramento History Museum, it’s worth checking out to learn some local history. The photo above is from the exhibit Trouble in River City, which opened June 28.
The Sacramento History Museum is located at 101 I St. in Old Sacramento. Museum hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day with extended hours (until 7 p.m.) Thursdays through Labor Day. Note: The last admission is sold 30 minutes prior to closing.
For a list of other museums participating in the Blue Star Museums free admission program, click here.
What: Free Admission to the Sacramento History Museum for Military Personnel
Where: 101 I St., Old Sacramento
When: Through Labor Day